The Dimensions of Presence
Nicole Kelly Westman
Suzanne Kite's EVERYTHING I SAY IS TRUE at the Walter Phillips Gallery: spacetime, shapeshifting, and recognizing responsible truths.
Bruce Hugh Russell
A review of Colin Miner’s recent exhibition at Neutral Ground Artist-Run Centre in Regina: subverting the signifiers of ‘high art,’ considering, living, and discovering with slowness.
Hosting screenings and making film without funding, support, or equipment: writing a guide for saving a dying medium on a dime.
Julia Peristerakis, curator for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, discusses Canada’s sesquicentennial, our human rights record, and film as a medium for empathic discovery.
Two artists spend time recording, circling, and interpreting two trees on two continents in preparation for their upcoming residencies.
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