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Jayne Wilkinson

Jayne Wilkinson is a writer, independent curator and is editor-in-chief at Canadian Art.
Passing Time

Passing Time

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 

Art for Strange Times

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

A Future That Has No History

A Future That Has No History

Laure Prouvost and Jonas Staal talk about how they oversee, as artists and co-administrators, a universe of nipples, tentacles, plants, signs and other non-humans in their projects

Constellations

Constellations

Like a compass without a needle or a map without a grid, Hajra Waheed’s work uses technologies of orientation to disorient perception, asking us to think differently about surveillance, security and the stories we have in common

Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder

With a few weeks left, the rare opportunity to see a survey of Calder’s work in Canada is an occasion for three reflections on science, systems and abstraction

A Year in Contradictions
What Images Don’t Do

What Images Don’t Do

The Anthropocene Project contains stunning views of mining, deforestation, pollution and more. But how does it normalize what humans have done to the planet?

The Politics of Preference

The Politics of Preference

Two recent exhibitions in São Paulo explore ideas of affinity

TIFF Premieres Notable Artist Films

TIFF Premieres Notable Artist Films

Maria Lassnig, Richard Billingham, Sky Hopinka, Beatrice Gibson and Steve McQueen are among those featured

Donkeys in the Don and Other Temporary Acts

Donkeys in the Don and Other Temporary Acts

A conversation with Toronto curator Kari Cwynar about what we want, and need, from civic space—whether it's built or naturalized, domestic or wild