1. Media Projects

  2. TIME REVERSAL SYMMETRY
  3. ORANGE MAGPIES
  4. THE INDEXICAL DANCE-A-THON!
  5. THE REHEARSAL
  6. GESTURE
  7. FLOOD
  8. deConstruction
  9. Chromatic Revelry
  10. quad/wrangle
  11. IcarusCar
  12. Ferry
  13. Improv
  14. Legoland
  15. image/Word.not_a_pipe=(Magritte)
  16. Portal: World of Awe
  17. Pothead
  18. Do Not Call it Fixity
  1. Curation

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  1. Documentaries

  2. Nutcracker Nation
  3. Dancing Las Vegas
  4. Limón: Moving into the Future
  5. American Aloha

    Contact Info

    Evann Siebens

    778.960.8240
    evann at evannsiebens dot com

    Bio

    Evann Siebens makes media with movement. She has exhibited her projects at galleries such as Eyebeam and Centre Pompidou, while her documentaries have been screened at MOMA and on PBS. A former dancer with the National Ballet of Canada and Bonn Ballet, Evann graduated from New York University. Now based in Vancouver, she has participated in residencies at the Banff Centre, UNIT/PITT and ACME with Keith Doyle. Evann recently won the ID/Identities Istanbul Best Video Prize, and performed at Western Front, as well as New Media Gallery, Vancouver. Recent exhibitions include MediaArtLab/Urban Screen, Russia, Lincoln Centre Film Society, New York, and screening a commissioned work during FacadeFest on the exterior of the Vancouver Art Gallery. She is represented by Wil Aballe Art Projects in Vancouver.Curriculum Vitae

THE REHEARSAL

2015-2016 / 11:15 / 16mm B&W Film

Inspired by the experimental films of the 1930’s Parisian avant-garde and the work of Maya Deren, The Rehearsal documents a musical gathering which is interrupted by a series of surreal encounters. Purporting to be made from found historical footage, the film is a response to Sawyer’s project The Natalie Brettschneider Archive, a feminist critique of art historical conventions. Natalie Brettschneider, the protagonist, is a stand-in for all of the female artists who have slipped through the gaps of history only to languish in obscurity, gain notoriety as models of more famous males artists, or perhaps, be ‘rediscovered’ in a provocative and funny 16mm film.

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Exhibitions

VANCOUVER ART GALLERY
The Natalie Brettschneider Archive
curated by Bruce Grenville
Vancouver, Canada
October 2017

CARLTON UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY
The Natalie Brettschneider Archive
curated by Heather Anderson
Ottawa, Canada
January 2016

ART GALLERY OF GREATER VICTORIA
The Natalie Brettschneider Archive
curated by Michele Jacques
Victoria, Canada
October 2016

Conceived, written and directed by Evann Siebens and Carol Sawyer
16mm cinematography and editing by Evann Siebens
Sound design by John Oliver
Starring Michael O’Connell, Carol Sawyer, and Neil Wedman
Lighting and production stills: Kate Henderson
Pre-production assistance: Kathleen Taylor
Post production assistance: Pascale Théorét-Groulx

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