Özgün Eylül İşcen
Özgün Eylül İşcen is a 3rd year PhD student in Computational Media, Arts and Cultures at Duke University. Her interest in new media theory and practice is situated...
Neil Surkan’s debut poetry collection, On High, is forthcoming from McGill-Queen’s University Press (Fall, 2018). His chapbook, Super, Natural, was published by Anstruther Press (March, 2017). His most recent poems have appeared or are forthcoming in The Fiddlehead, EVENT, and CAROUSEL, among others. He lives in...
Kaylin Obst graduated from the University of Calgary’s Art Department in 2014, where she focused her studies on printmaking and sculpture. Her Holga 135 work—which began as a side-practice—explores...
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Our Lexicon of Dark Corners to Light Up is Always Expanding
LUMA: The details of the individual collective members aren’t currently available on your website. Can you speak to your decision to present Iris as a discrete entity (at least...
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A Failed Poet
Frampton had a fraught relationship with the parts of the world that wanted him to be the person he was in the photograph in (nostalgia): the bookish, buttoned-down “leering”...
*Lauren Lavery* is a writer and visual artist currently based between Vancouver, BC and Guelph, ON. She is interested in the concept of the female form and the discourse...
Turtles All The Way Down
The main actors in Stephen’s narrative are the wasp and orchid. They fuse together, the Milky Way and Andromeda galaxies collide, and so art gives form and shape...
A Failed Poet
But for all (or perhaps because of) its genius, Frampton’s work could be hard to sit through, especially in a public theatre setting. Somewhat like how the best...
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