This film and lecture was a co-presentation by The Power Plant and the University of Toronto's MVS Proseminar Series.
The program began with a screening of Vivian's Garden (dir. Rosalind Nashashibi; 30 min.; colour; stereo), a documentary about Suter and her mother, and "takes a close and dreamy look at their artistic, emotional and economic lives, with their extended householders: Mayan villagers as guardians and home help, and an assortment of dogs, it offers a tender look at an instance of post-colonial complexity."
Following the film, Stefan Benchoam, an artist and co-founder of Proyectos Ultravioleta, a contemporary art space based in Guatemala City, who is familiar with the art of Vivian Suter and Elisabeth Wild spoke. The program concluded with a Q&A period.