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PLU Open Mic Featuring Mark Norman Harris

PLU Open Mic Featuring Mark Norman Harris

***Change of venue for tomorrow’s PLU Open Mic ***
It’s happening at Cantine de Belleville, 108 Boulevard de Belleville

Open Mic May 25th features the layered work of multi-talented, enigmatic figure Mark Norman Harris.
Mark Norman Harris is a Canadian artist living in Paris. His work is based in performance, music and writing although he is an avid painter. He studied religion and semiotics at the University of Toronto. Prior to living in Paris he was in Nepal where he wrote for the Kathmandu Post, and created an artist exchange program that brought artists to rural villages for workshops and performances. Mark is currently recording an album titled “Prewar Era” with Quvib records in Paris, and is the organizer of the Cabaret Voltaire. His play The Penal Clause, a « hiphopera » satire on freemasonry, was featured in the conceptual theatre festival Fourplay in April of this year. His work typically explores themes of religion, absurdity, politics, and alienation.

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