Stanton, Victoria

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Stanton, Victoria

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Victoria Stanton is an interdisciplinary artist, researcher, and educator. She studied Creative Arts at Dawson College, Montreal, until 1989, and continued thereafter at Concordia University, where she graduated in 1995 with a bachelor of Fine Arts.She works as part-time professor in Fibers and Materials Practices at Concordia University. Stanton has performed and exhibited at various spaces and events at the local, national, and international levels. Time, transaction, transition, the in-between, and liminal spaces are central to her time-based work. In the spring of 2007, Victoria Stanton founded, together with Sylvie Tourangeau and Anne Bérubé, the Montreal-based performance art trio TouVA Collective, that has been researching the practice of performance through multiple frameworks and approaches. Stanton is the recipient of numerous awards, including the 2018 Prix Powerhouse. She has held numerous residencies, including at McGill University, DARE-DARE, and Artexte. "Impure, Reinventing the Word: The Theory, Practice and Oral History of Spoken Word in Montreal" (conundrum press, 2001), co-authored with Vincent Tinguely, was her first book.
Victoria Stanton lives and works in Montreal, Quebec.


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Created 2019-08-15




Stanton, V. (n.d.). Bank of Victoria: Victoria Stanton and the Art of Transaction. Retrieved from

“Victoria Stanton.” Department of Studio Arts, Concordia University. (n.d.).Retrieved from

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