Suzy Lake broke out in the 1970s, becoming one of the very few prominent women in Canadian visual art at the time. She mixed performances with photography, using her own face and body to create works about the experience of wrestling with prescribed roles (and forging new ones). The Art Gallery of Ontario is saluting Suzy Lake's career in an exhibition of her most famous works from the past 40 years. Eleanor Wachtel spoke with Suzy Lake live on-stage at the Art Gallery of Ontario, as the exhibition opened. Introducing Suzy Lake runs until March 22, 2015.