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  • Such partnerships, too: Eveline Kolijn’s THE OCEAN INSIDE

    Through the absence of nature’s voice, The Ocean Inside asks us what it means to take away the agency of the coral reefs in order to save them,...

  • Ziwei Huang

    *Ziwei Huang* was born and raised in Guangzhou, a coastal city in south-east China. He came to Canada in 2016. Since then, he has been working as a...

  • Kaylee Maciejko

    *Kaylee Maciejko* is an artist, writer and arts administrator based in Calgary, Alberta on Treaty 7 Territory. She graduated from the Alberta College of Art + Design (now Alberta...

  • Chelsea Yang-Smith

    *Chelsea Yang-Smith* is a visual artist currently based in Calgary, Alberta. Using digital and analogue photography, she merges emotional intimacy with process through monumental banners depicting the Albertan landscape...

  • That Battle is Over, Girl: Alice Schoenberg

    The perceived achievement of equality is an insidious form of repression itself. It manifests in the statement, “Well I sure don’t feel oppressed”. In creating a lack of challenging...

  • That Battle is Over, Girl: Alice Schoenberg

    Swaying drums link up to organs and synths that create an expanding field for Hval’s sharp-witted lyrics. She moves between deep murmurs to high crests, polysyllabic runs to drawn...

  • That Battle is Over, Girl: Alice Schoenberg

    This shift from the superwoman engaging with the mirror to facing the camera drove home Schoenberg’s critical engagement with feminist movements. The inclusion of the camera demonstrates how easily...

  • That Battle is Over, Girl: Alice Schoenberg

    The superwoman, now resting easily on the top of the ladder, forgets her climb. Now, she ponders how the ladder arrived under her. “I must say, I’m not...

  • That Battle is Over, Girl: Alice Schoenberg

    In Systemic Activism (by and for this body only) (2019) Schoenberg positions the Woman’s March10as a case study for the failures of contemporary feminist movements. A massive, full wall...

  • Editor's Note

    This issue of Luma Quarterly looks at film, video, performance, and media art grounded in a sense of discomfort. Whether it is the abject, ejaculating cactus in Matthew Rankin’s...