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Net Art Anthology

Net Art Anthology

Rhizome’s Net Art Anthology documents 100 influential works of Net art, offering a critical canon of a recent historical moment. An accompanying touring exhibition, curated by Michael Connor and Aria Dean, features key works from the anthology

Water into Fire

Water into Fire

Multidisciplinary artist Zachery Longboy made vital contributions to the canon of queer Indigenous video art. Here, he talks to filmmaker Justin Ducharme about failure, love and freedom

Future Perfect

Future Perfect

“We don’t, now, have the 22nd century, an era of great promise, looming ahead of us. You never hear it mentioned; you scarcely ever see it in print.”

Althea Thauberger

Althea Thauberger

In her Art Gallery of Nova Scotia exhibition, the Vancouver artist calls into question constructed identities and the nation state.

Dialogue: Douglas Cardinal and Tiffany Shaw-Collinge

Dialogue: Douglas Cardinal and Tiffany Shaw-Collinge

Cardinal, who represented Canada at the 2018 Venice Biennale in Architecture, discusses the role of women in shaping anticolonial space with Shaw-Collinge, the intern architect at the vanguard of women-led Indigenous architecture in Canada

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

Marion Lessard

Marion Lessard

Cinematic conceits and narrative superstructures are thrown into constructive confusion in a new film installation by the Montreal artist and collective.

Mary Kavanagh

Mary Kavanagh

What do the timescales of nuclear radiation tell us about the militarization of land, and people?

Dark Matters
Myth and Matter

Myth and Matter

Sky Hopinka speaks about moving on the land, Indigenous presence and relations that collapse time and space

From the Archive

Veronika Pausova Paints a Spidery Sublime

Veronika Pausova Paints a Spidery Sublime

This artist spins webs of imagery by turns cartoonish and trompe l’oeil, ab ex and VFX, rife with loopy insects, nail-bitten fingers and other surreal turns

I Need to Know Where I’m Standing

I Need to Know Where I’m Standing

Following her Sobey win, a conversation with Kapwani Kiwanga on audiences, critique strategies and when critics get it wrong

Moyra Davey Discusses Her Mother Reader, 15 Years On

Moyra Davey Discusses Her Mother Reader, 15 Years On

Acclaimed Canadian artist Moyra Davey published her perennially relevant Mother Reader in 2001. Now, she reveals how motherhood continues to affect her art.