- In Betweens
It is with the much-discussed visual album’s disorienting ambition to simultaneously “challenge the ongoing present day devaluation and dehumanization of the black female body” and “to seduce, celebrate, and...
An object is a slow event.
Based now in Mexico City after having spent the last several years studying at Edinburgh College of Art and at CalArts in Los Angeles, De Laborde’s practice has evolved...
Every Movie is a Ghost Story: an interview with Gemma Files
Murray Leeder: Experimental Film joins Walker Percy’s The Movie-goer, Theodore Roszak’s Flicker, Steve Erickson’s Zeroville and others in the peculiar category of literary fiction about cinema, and even invokes a kind of “cinematic” quality in its section headings. How...
Black box, white cube, and something in the middle
Meet in the Middle uses the central theme of trauma as it relates to migration and memory reflected through film, art and the work located at their intersections. Twinning Saskatchewan...
thirstDays No.08: SO WIDE SO LOW SO HIGH
I connect to the stream. The image presents itself on the screen of my laptop, a shaky, hand-adjusted frame that quickly steadies, focusing on the stage at VIVO...
*Jasmin Risk* is an interdisciplinary artist whose videos, installations, and artist’s books use textiles as support and material. Risk’s work has been exhibited extensively in New York City, including...
*Rebecca Smyth* grew up in Calgary, where she studied at ACAD and lived on a honey farm in Okotoks before completing her BFA at Concordia University amid the political unrest of the...
*Bryn Evans** *is a journalist and arts critic based in Calgary, Alberta. He was a long-time writer and editor for the magazine Fast Forward Weekly. Once upon a time he...
*Jesse Cumming* is a researcher, writer, and arts administrator based in Toronto. He is currently completing his M.A. in York University and Ryerson University’s joint Communication and Culture program,...
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