Posts Tagged ‘slow’

Visual Essay: Sophie Jodoin

Part 3 of Photo Essay by Sophie Jodoin. It is a black and white image of a bum crack with birth marks or scabs on it
Aug. 26, 2022
For the feature topic ‘Slow,’ Montreal artist Sophie Jodoin created a “quiet and suggestive black and white photo essay on the inevitable passing of time and its effects and traces.”…[read on]

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]

E-WERK Luckenwalde’s Live Program

by Nadia Egan // Apr. 12, 2022
Growing, evolving and unfolding since Autumn 2021, E-WERK Luckenwalde’s ‘POWER NIGHTS: Being Mothers’ comprises an evolving curatorial concept, exhibition and live performances centred on…[read on]