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Revolution Revolution

Gillian Dykeman

March 29, 30, and 31, 2019

Various locations across Mississauga


Revolution Revolution is a performance work by Gillian Dykeman that harnesses the amazing energies generated in a room of people focusing together on a demanding task. What is the energy of capitalism? What is the energy of revolution? How can we channel our energies to address the urgent environmental concerns of our time? How do we better engineer our energetic outputs to formulate new ways of being…to radically reimagine what it is we’re doing with our lives? Our life-force? Our love?


Attendees are invited to attend an invigorating and inspirational participatory cycling class performance (wear comfortable gym clothes). No previous spin workout experience necessary.


Participants are welcome to cycle or to observe. Limited space is available per session—pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Participants will be asked to sign a waiver.




March 29, 7pm

Recreation Athletic and Wellness Centre, University of Toronto Mississauga
3359 Mississauga Rd [see map]


March 30, 11:45am

Athlete Training Centre

3500 Ridgeway Dr, unit #2 [see map]


March 31, 2:30pm

Carpe Diem Fitness
4060 Ridgeway Dr, unit #3 [see map]




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Gillian Dykeman is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Working through an intersectional feminist and postcolonial framework, Dykeman seeks to empower her audiences in their own lives through playful and critical engagement with visual culture. Her work spans mediums and disciplines such as performance, video, sound, installation, and art criticism. She has a Masters in Visual Culture from the University of Toronto, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from NSCAD. Dykeman is an instructor in Foundation Visual Arts and Advanced Studio Practice at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. Her work has been exhibited and screened in galleries, exercise studios, a rare book library, and a geodesic dome.