Artist

Tagny Duff

Tagny Duff is a Vancouver based interdisciplinary artist working primarily in performance, video and text. She has produced videos, performances, audio works and writings for The Elephantiasis Ears Series since receiving a Fine Arts Degree from Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 1997. Performances from the projects have been shown in various venues across Canada such as Gallery 101 in urban textures urbainnes, The Vogue Cabaret as part of Live at the End of the Century: Performance Art in Vancouver, The Western Front in Suspended Disbelief and broadcast from The Centre for Art Tapes in Halifax as part of Troublemaking in the City.
Duff's critical writings and reviews have been published in Public, MIX, In Versions and ESSE.

Videography

EBA

2002, 05:00 minutes, colour, english

Audio Performance Tours

2001, 16:00 minutes, colour, English

prosthetic territories

2000, 13:00 minutes, colour, English

Elephantiasis Ears: The Performance Series

1998, 15:00 minutes, colour, English

Discover Oral Hygiene

1997, 06:00 minutes, colour

Critical Writing

FFWD, RWD, and PLAY: Performance Art, Video, and Reflections on...
by Tagny Duff. Caught in the Act: anthology of performance art by Canadian women, 2004. Toronto: YYZ, 2004.
In digital identity: Introduction
by Elizabeth Kidd and Liane Davison. Digital Identity, 2000. Surrey: Surrey Art Gallery, 2000.