CD Review Cultures around the world provide a rich heritage to draw from for practicing contemporary artists, but it’s always […]
Volume 31 Issue 2
At the beginning of the year, I was invited to act as guest editor for the current issue of […]
Preface by Montréal Serai A high-profile yet anonymous artist in his hometown Québec City and beyond, Wartin Pantois is […]
My name is Dina Gardashkin.
Things were simpler in the past.
Journaliste de longue date, lauréate du prix Hyman-Solomon pour l’excellence journalistique dans le domaine des politiques publiques, et professeure adjointe […]
À travers mon travail avec l’argile, j’explore les notions d’identité et de territoire.
As a political ideology, populism can be divided into an array of currents, beyond the obvious distinction between right- […]
A quick search of the term populism in cyberspace reveals its increasing popularity (no pun intended) in the last decade, […]
Radius Islamicus by Julian Samuel, Guernica Editions, 2018 “The radius islamicus is the farthest distance a camel part is […]
Man on a Rocking Chair in San Juan In San Juan I found a man rocking on his balcony, […]
Writing and rewriting history are primeval pursuits of human beings.
Sometime in 1976, Jean Baudrillard, the French philosopher, suggested that saturating the media with carefully selected flash news disables […]
Alicia Loría, langagière, accro du numérique, mère d’une femme merveilleuse, grand-mère de trois fleurs printanières cherchant leurs vocations professionnelles, […]