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Letter from the Editor: SLOW

A large two storey warehouse interior with a sandy beach installed on the ground floor, with people on towels, and an audience of on-lookers on the first floor balcony along the entire inner circumference of the building
by Dagmara Genda // July 8, 2022
As the summer heats up and the art world winds down, we will also focus on what it means to slow down or do nothing. This month I will be talking to Victoria Stanton, a Montréal…[read on]

Photo Essay: John von Bergen

June 28, 2022
We are delighted to feature John von Bergen as the first contributor to our artist’s Photo Essay series. This series will be related to our feature topic, which until the end of June is…[read on]

When is the Fake a Form of Empathy?

a large, three-toned, woolly work of art hanging on the wall
by Lucia Longhi // June 1, 2022
The group exhibition ‘Mimicry-Empathy,’ curated by German artist Susanne Bürner, brings together works that activate deep connections between the two concepts…[read on]

The Faux Reality of Andy Kassier

A man in white trousers and pink pullover walking into a shop whose windows have been covered with adhesive vinyl with the words "read that twice" on it
by Alice O’Brien // May 17, 2022
Sharp, small, but sweet, ‘read that twice’ is a layered and ironic assessment of the modern-day value system. Though limited in size, it possesses the potential to leave each visitor with…[read on]