Melding conceptual art with queer culture, performance art, Witch Nation mysticism, and an eclectic DIY sensibility, FASTWÜRMS (Kim Kozzi and Dai Skuse)- have enacted since 1979 – an influential poly-disciplinary art practice premised on the mutual exchange and circulation of aesthetic knowledge. Based in Creemore, ON, their practice includes public commissions, installation, video, performance, and drawing. Their work has been shown extensively in North America and Internationally at institutions, such as: the Art Gallery of Ontario (Toronto), Agnes Etherington Art Centre (Kingston), Albright Knox Art Gallery (Buffalo, NY), Power Plant (Toronto), Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver), CIAC (Montréal), Nuit Blanche (Toronto), Art Gallery of York University (Toronto), Walter Phillips Gallery (Banff), SEQUENCES Festival (Reykjavik, Iceland), Seoul Museum of Art (Seoul, Korea) Leo Konig Projekte (New York) and the 2006 São Paulo Biennial, (Brazil).
FASTWÜRMS are associate professors of studio art at the University of Guelph, ON. They are represented by Paul Petro Contemporary Art, Toronto, ON.