Transcendence/Destruction lights FUSE at Vancouver Art Gallery

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      The biggest art party of the season happens when FUSE: Transcendence/Destruction takes over the Vancouver Art Gallery on Friday night (March 16).

      Among the array of events, look for Toronto-based performance artist Bridget Moser’s This Poem Does Not Help Me at All (shown here), a seemingly improvised but carefully scripted collection of short works featuring bizarre interactions with everyday inanimate objects. Elsewhere, the VAG’s rooftop pavilion comes to life with Indigenous new-wavers Pooper and See Monsters (sponsored by the 2018 Juno Host Committee). And the Music Appreciation Society presents the Past Future Tense artist bar, featuring the sounds of early techno and acid house. There’s more, much more—plus, access to exhibits like Takashi Murakami’s The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg and Bombhead.