How do the stories we tell ourselves about where we live, and who we are, change over time? Here, artist Luis Jacob shares his research into the overlapping narratives of place for his upcoming project at the inaugural Toronto Biennial
For our Winter 2019 issue themed on Pleasure, we asked seven artists: which works of art turn you on?
I want to think about climate change outside of meteorology, and think of it instead as a form of industrial toxicity
Dance Collection Danse Gallery, Toronto, January 31–June 22, 2018
“Historical continuity is the Achilles heel of Toronto artmaking.” I wrote these words eight years ago. Today I wonder: What does this mean?
Luis Jacob reflects on Toronto’s rich local history, and colonial tensions, through an archival photograph of the Ward neighbourhood.