The Performance Bus:
Life of a Craphead: Psychopaths
4 Apr 2012
Life of a Craphead is the comedy duo of Amy Lam and Jon McCurley. They have presented performance, comedy, theatre, and video works at Hotel MariaKapel (Hoorn, Netherlands), Department of Safety (Anacortes WA), Upright Citizens Brigade (LA & NYC), The Power Plant, Gallery TPW, and Xpace (Toronto). Their first movie, Bugs, is currently in post-production.
The free Performance Bus departs OCADU (100 McCaul St.) at 6 pm sharp on Wednesday 4 April en route to Diane Borsato’s exhibition opening at AGYU.

The bus returns downtown at 9 pm. That is, if it’s not hijacked by a pair of dangerously insane psychopaths.

“Life of a Craphead have been hired to assist the delivery of the two most dangerous people alive, two Psychopaths, from Pearson Airport to a unique correctional facility in Kingston, Ontario. These Psychopaths are extremely physically dangerous and are geniuses of manipulation who are insane. Corrections Canada has been quoted in their press release regarding the public transport of these dangerous people, ‘…we have never made a statement like this before but due to the risks involved the public should be aware that the Corrections Canada c.e.o. has admitted to being scared.’ To limit the time these dangerous people will be in transport, the motorcade will have to drive on the highway between Toronto and North York around 6 pm on Wednesday, April 4. Life of a Craphead are also scheduled to concurrently host the AGYU’s Performance Bus and have been quoted as saying, ‘There must be an error as we have not been hired to move those psycho guys.’”


Diane Borsato
4 Apr – 10 Jun 2012

Diane Borsato: Terrestrial/Celestial

Diane Borsato: Terrestrial/Celestial
on-site exhibition
4 Apr - 10 Jun 2012

Life of a Craphead: Psychopaths

Life of a Craphead: Psychopaths
performance bus
4 Apr 2012




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