On the particular day when this photo was taken, Ian’s team threw him into the water and he swam toward the wolves. “I emerged from the water, near the wolves, thinking they would run into the forest but instead they ran towards me, maybe mistaking me for a seal,’ said Ian.
“I’m always slightly frightened. It keeps me alert.” – Jacqueline Baker
“Look at the Cheshire Cat from Alice in Wonderland. In the story it left a smile and disappeared. Maybe certain things can exist without the particle, without the cat in this case. The notion of the smile comes back to dichotomous thinking. There is more than one science, more than one way to look at things.”
“Basically, I thought maybe it would be good if I started sharing a little bit of my world for people who didn’t understand French,” she said, “because I want to share that with people — that’s why I play music in the first place. I think it’s the natural thing for me to do right now in my career.”
Toer Van Schayk, world renowned Dutch choreographer and designer spent ten days in July at The Banff Centre working with the Professional Dance program participants who presented his 7thSymphony