At The Rooms, Newfoundland and Labrador’s Afro-diasporic histories challenged a provincial self-portraiture
A new collection edited by Deanna Bowen reflects on under-recognized voices from Canadian media arts and the sovereignty of reclaiming one’s image
With gestures of discovery, Michel asked, “How might I locate my sexual identity within a multitude of complementary and seemingly contradictory identities?”
Saturation evokes visual intensity, sonic density and institutional perceptibility—all with the awareness that representation in cultural structures is not enough
Alexis Pauline Gumbs, Duke University Press, 2020, 296 pp.
Lisa Robertson, The Baudelaire Fractal, Coach House Books, 2020
Moving this year’s video program online—an experimental solution to new conditions—allowed for viewers to really slow down and watch
Following its opening in early March, an online exhibition of moving-image works seems prescient in its consideration of catastrophe and justice
A Black History Month exhibition in Montreal raised critical questions: What is the responsibility of museums to Black museum-goers?
What can online art do in a crisis?