Elizabeth Chitty was one of a group of Toronto dancers, centered around a space called 15 Dance Lab, who about this time were giving up on having their work recognized by the dance community and started presenting it as “performance,” often in artist-run centres. This was the first such performance to be staged in Vancouver, and I remember being impressed by the way it removed the artifice of “dance” with its use of video and a non-dancer (Terry McGlade) performing unskilled but physically demanding material, wrestling in costumes with sleeveless leotards and bare limbs, and its relentless monitoring of the fatigue level of the performers by the whistles they kept in their mouths to reveal their breathing. – Jane Ellison