VERB FRAU TV Season 5: The 7a*11d Festival of Performance Art (2016)

VERB FRAU TV Season 5: The 7a*11d Festival of Performance Art (2016)


VERB FRAU’s daily live web-streaming broadcasts from 7a*11d festival in October 2016 are now edited and ready for your video-podcast viewing pleasure on VIVO Channel and iTunes.

For those not easily bored and who enjoy that real time durational thing, all original live web-streaming “dead” broadcasts can be watched on 7a*11d website


If you prefer the faster paced TV experience that includes theme songs, cut-to-the-Eiffel-Tower visuals and Magic Ponies, then these 9 BRAND NEW EPISODES of VERB FRAU TV are just what the Doctor MD PhD ordered.

VERB FRAU (aka Margaret Dragu) interviews local/national/international artists about topics/notions/ideas that are important to performance art while discovering intimate details about the artists’ personal creative processes. At the end of each interview, the artist creates a 1 – 3 minute live Desktop Performance for camera and broadcast. (NB: Because the Desktop Performances were so popular with both festival and virtual TV public, VERB FRAU hosted an all-day all-desktop performance event for Episode 6.)

VERB FRAU TV Season 5: The 7a*11d Festival of Performance Art (2016) was created by the following artists:

Technical Assistance and Camera: Golboo Amani
Second Camera: Manolo Lugo, Sarah Sheard
Editing: Moira Simpson, Sarah Sheard, Jade Chen, Margaret Dragu

Theme Song: “Return of the Lemming Shepherds”
Exzel Music Publishing (
Licensed under Creative Commons:
By Attribution 3.0

Extro Music: Sarah Sheard

7a*11d Collective
DWI (Dragu Worker International)

Proceed to Season 5 Episode 1



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