Cathy Sisler

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Cathy Sisler is an American artist, born in Wisconsin.

Since 1965, she has been living in Newfoundland. She is a musician, writer and a touring performance artist.

In 1997, her piece Lullaby for the Almost Falling Woman, concerning a woman seeking employment and experiencing a series of falls,[1] won Prix de jury at the festival du Cinéma et des Nouveaux Médias. Her 1994[2] film Mr B. presented Sisler herself in drag as a man.[3]

She is a member of English/French language female performance art group, Groupe Intervention Video.


  1. ^ Kibbins, Gary (2006). Grammar & Not-grammar: Selected Scripts And Essays by Gary Kibbins. YYZ. pp. 212–3. ISBN 0-920397-33-6. 
  2. ^ "LUX Collection / Works / Cathy Sisler / Mr B.". LUX Arts. Retrieved November 30, 2010. 
  3. ^ Petty, Sheila (2006). Canadian cultural poesis: essays on Canadian culture. Wilfrid Laurier University Press. p. 206. ISBN 0-88920-486-1. 

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