From Where Do You Speak?: Locating the Possibility of Decolonization in Krista Belle Stewart’s Seraphine, Seraphine
An essay about the inadequacies of Canada’s Truth & Reconciliation Commission, considered through the lens of contemporary artistic practice.
The Eastern Comma Writer-in-Residence program, co-presented by Musagetes and rare Charitable Research Reserve, hosted Janet Rogers as the 2017 writer-in-residence. Every autumn, Eastern Comma hosts accomplished Canadian literary writers within
What do a conceptual longhouse, an ephemeral dining pavilion, an opera singer in the woods and a photographer in a river all have in common? They’re all rare sitings. Over
I drag you with me: ancestry and contemporary practice (a conversation between Raphael Daibert and Edgar Calel) Edgar Calel came to São Paulo for a three-month residency that extended to
[roundtable_menu] [contributor]Shuyin Wu [excerpt]As a result, every year 90 thousand natural villages disappear, including yao-dong villages.[/excerpt] [/contributor] [contributor]Lucie Kroening & Victor Seguela, Paris [excerpt]The contradiction embodied in the word banga