Viewing a Brenda Draney painting is like witnessing a dream. Here, the artist speaks about the role of small-town memory and mystery in her work
The Toronto-based activist-artist describes his recent drawing project
In her installation, performance and text-based works Meyer queers our assumptions about gender and bodies—especially those usually tied to sports
In Banff, the Governor General’s Award winner discusses her installations on violence against women, human-animal relations and environmental degradation
Since her Polaris Prize win last year, Lido Pimienta’s music profile has soared. Less known, however, is her making of art textiles, paintings and prints
Building museums of found objects and casting packing materials in porcelain, Farooq questions how citizens are told to think about their pasts
Beckles takes the solemnity of second-wave feminist theory and redeploys it to poke fun at art history and popular culture
This Halifax artist’s musical scores about climate-changed coastlines have been shown at the Venice Biennale‘s Antarctic Pavilion
This Toronto-based artist’s photo and video works ask what it means to make Black people visually knowable.
Artist or designer? Kara Hamilton—trained in architecture at UBC and in art at Yale—would rather be neither, or both.