Moving this year’s video program online—an experimental solution to new conditions—allowed for viewers to really slow down and watch
The isolation of this slow spring has not been easy. Here, Canadian Art editors share thoughts on finding solace in language and surprising moments of coincidence
What can online art do in a crisis?
While we’re living and working in separation, art offers connection, distraction and ways to find ourselves anew. Here, five Canadian Art editors share what we’ve been looking at over the past week
Barbara London, the prolific curator, writer and educator who founded MoMA’s video art collection in the 1970s, discusses her new survey book Video/Art: The First Fifty Years and her connections to Canada’s art scene