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  1. Benjamin Muon — Deflecting the Standard

    ... Standard 1. To have taken place on the inside. The inside of a military complex in Bagotville Québec. He, Benjamin Muon, was going to be ... are being served at the cost of other interests. Imperialism constructed the borders that others are trying to recover once again, an ...

    Marie-Hélène - 01/24/2011 - 15:45

  2. Benjamin Muon — Deflecting the Standard

    ... Standard 1. To have taken place on the inside. The inside of a military complex in Bagotville Québec. He, Benjamin Muon, was going to be ... are being served at the cost of other interests. Imperialism constructed the borders that others are trying to recover once again, an ...

    Marie-Hélène - 01/24/2011 - 15:47

  3. Dossier | All Around Bling-bling: The Art of Humanityin Civilization’s Cultural Surplus

    ... for indignation.(1)" Because humanity has adopted a monoculture with its civilization of mass production (2), and because the ... advertising and aesthetics with which our identities are now constructed. “I am a woman, I live in this century, I am a feminist” is the ...

    jeremi - 04/15/2015 - 14:46

  4. Red Head Gallery, Toronto, Parts and Labour, Tonia Di Risio

    ... of the Image” (1964), Roland Barthes examines in depth a Panzani ad featuring a simple photograph of a string shopping bag overflowing ... its methods of preparation: a Tower-of-Pisa-type building is constructed from stacked cakes; Roman statuary is perched atop a pickle-jar ...

    Catherine - 01/13/2016 - 17:32

  5. Red Head Gallery, Toronto, Parts and Labour, Tonia Di Risio

    ... of the Image” (1964), Roland Barthes examines in depth a Panzani ad featuring a simple photograph of a string shopping bag overflowing ... its methods of preparation: a Tower-of-Pisa-type building is constructed from stacked cakes; Roman statuary is perched atop a pickle-jar ...

    Catherine - 01/13/2016 - 16:01

  6. À propos de Black Market

    ... Citoyen volontaire [Extract] There is a buzz in this big open industrial garage. Everyone is mingling in and around, ... I expected something I did not receive, I saw an image being constructed that did not give what it promised. The lure was seductive -- men ...

    Marie-Hélène - 05/14/2009 - 15:49

  7. Surrounding the Living

    ... shocking, the presence of living beings always exerts a strong attraction. The best-known examples in contemporary art use ... what isn’t right about the world that our species has constructed — only in our image.”   [Translated from the ...

    Zoé - 05/10/2016 - 12:19

  8. The reign of gnomic truths

    ... Toronto during the summer of 2009, had all the earmarks of a meretricious celebration of bogus commonality. Planned to mark the ... one daily newspaper had it, the exhibition is a deliberately constructed cabinet of wonders that opens new avenues of thought and movement. ...

    jeremi - 04/15/2015 - 16:06

  9. Dossier | The Aesthetics of Inadequacy, Still

    ... the limits of representation. Although each is motivated by a wide and ever-changing range of aesthetic, social, political and cultural ... reduces modern grand narratives to cheap rhetoric. Also constructed from groups of Dollar-Store products, Apple (2006) and Orange ...

    jeremi - 04/16/2015 - 17:12

  10. Dossier | Fear in Slovenian Film: Vinko Möderndorfer’s Predmestje

    ... By Tomaz Krpic In the autumn of 2006, Slovenia faced a new political reality. After a violent incident occurred between two men of ... social order, relationships are not permanently fixed, but constructed over and over again through new human relationships. Moreover, ...

    jeremi - 10/22/2014 - 17:13

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