FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS
An editorial on our 35th anniversary and commentary on this issue by managing editor Travis Cole.
Feature: Marcus Miller (SK) writes on the touring exhibition “Brenda Francis Pelkey: A Retrospective.”
Feature: Mitch Speed (SK/DE) contemplates on the ever-changing medium of photography over the last 35 years in an essay entitled Stolen Spirits.
Feature: Randy Lee Cutler (BC) speaks on Vancouver based artist Marina Roy’s practice and its focus on environmental degradation and animal extinction as a historical reality.
Feature: Toby Lawrence (BC) interviews Dana Claxton (SK/BC) where they discuss “The Sioux Project – Tatanka Oyate,” the first art exhibition to explore contemporary Sioux aesthetics in Saskatchewan, on exhibition at the MacKenzie Art Gallery in Regina.
Risa Horowitz (SK) presents an Artist Folio based on her time during the Arctic Circle Summer Solstice Expedition residency entitled “I Set out to Track the Sun.”
Matthew Hills (NL) conducts our most recent STUDIO with “Two Chromogenic Curmudgeons: Evergon and Jean-Jacques Ringuette.”
In Focus: Portia Priegert (AB) discusses Victoria-based Tara Nicholson’s series “Arctic Claims.”
In Focus: Helen Wong (BC) speaks on indigenous curator and artist from the Secwepemc nation, Tania Willard’s recent work “#haunted_hunted” and her ongoing practice.
In Focus: Noor Bhangu (MB) speaks on the intersection of landscape art, lens based media and contemporary politics in her piece “The Language of Landscapes and Photographies.”
In Focus: Peter Morin (MB) previews the touring Indigenous sound exhibition “wnoondwaamin: we hear them.”