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Artist Tanya Lukin Linklater (ON) discusses the work of American indigenous artist Wendy Red Star.
BlackFlash editorial committee member Jean-Philippe Deneault (SK) conducts an interview with Montreal based filmmaker Caroline Monnet to talk about her most recent solo works, as well as being part of the ITWÉ collective.
Filmmaker/video artist Clint Enns (ON) speaks with visual artist Christine Negus (ON) about her childhood, taboo, and other inspirations factoring into her video practice.
Shaun Dacey, curator of the Contemporary Art Gallery in Vancouver conducts an interview with Sarah Joyce and Gordan Duggan of the New Westminster New Media Gallery, opened Fall of 2014.
Florida-based artist, educator and curator Jason Lazarus presents his Artist Folio.
Artist and Film programmer Irene Bindi (MB) writes on Karen Asher’s new series of photographs “The Full Catastrophe.”
Magdalyn Asimakis (ON) writes on Spanish documentary photographer Christina de Middel’s newest body of work (focusing on the slums of Makoko in Nigeria), “This is What Hatred Did.”
Curator and writer Liz Park (US) writes on Dawit L. Petros’ (SK) newest work in progress in the feature “Writing an Impossible Travelogue.”
Writer Heather Rigg investigates Hito Steyrl’s AIMIA | AGO Photography prize nominated work How Not to Be Seen: A Fucking Didactic Educational .Mov File.