|Us and our audience of "hundreds".|
|Global News report - December 30 2001
It was a slow enough news day that our performance at the Mendel rated a full twenty-five seconds of airtime, just before a profile of the old lady who sells souvenir hockey pucks between periods at SaskPlace. Luckily, I had my VCR running.
Announcer: "Hundreds of people made a stop at the Mendel Art Gallery this afternoon to take in the musical stylings of the band known as Sea Water Bliss."
|Action footage: our friend Warren arrives with a styrofoam cup full of water.|
..."The local artists performed today in response to John Will's current exhibition, called "Ain't Paralyzed Yet". The exhibition looks at popular culture and comments on it. A comprehensive curated program of his video works is also featured. The John Wills [sic] exhibition concludes next weekend at the gallery."
|Action footage: the musical stylings of Michael.|
|A few of John Will's comments on popular culture.|
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