And I am thinking now that this is an exciting time for us, as Western Canadians, and in particular, Albertans.
A phone conversation with Indigenous Futurist Jason Edward Lewis about building new knowledge systems in support of diversity and sustainability.
Experimental celluloid filmmaker Lindsay McIntyre, Visiting Artist for Calgary’s 24th Annual $100 Film Festival, discusses the disruptive, renewed vitality of film in the digital age.
Surreal, hyperbolic, but ultimately relatable, the chaos of Lisa Lipton’s universe is always held together by a beat of a drum.
Stripping film photography technology down to its most basic components—aperture, light and exposure—enables a group of artists at Calgary’s Studio C to capture images through a process that is unpredictable, simple and magic.
Whether moved by human or natural forces, shifting rock and sediment in the Albertan badlands provides a chronology for ghosts and abandoned towns.
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