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  1. What Price Criticism? Bill Dixon at Victoriaville

    ... any more than his lived experiences can be cleaved from his art, and the two mirror each other in a manner both profound and, for those ... often with digital delay. These lines evoked the birth of a language, as if Bill was investigating the relationship between sound, music, ...

    Marie-Hélène - 01/24/2011 - 15:44

  2. What Price Criticism? Bill Dixon at Victoriaville

    ... any more than his lived experiences can be cleaved from his art, and the two mirror each other in a manner both profound and, for those ... often with digital delay. These lines evoked the birth of a language, as if Bill was investigating the relationship between sound, music, ...

    Marie-Hélène - 01/24/2011 - 15:43

  3. Nep Sidhu, Mercer Union, Toronto, Audain Gallery, Vancouver, Esker Foundation, Calgary

    ... It was clear to me that Sidhu strongly believed in art’s power to embody ideas and affect a living community far beyond any ... that uses traditional patterns and processes to speak the language of contemporary fashion. The pieces read as spiritual mediums charged ...

    Catherine - 01/14/2020 - 11:43

  4. Nep Sidhu, Mercer Union, Toronto, Audain Gallery, Vancouver, Esker Foundation, Calgary

    ... It was clear to me that Sidhu strongly believed in art’s power to embody ideas and affect a living community far beyond any ... that uses traditional patterns and processes to speak the language of contemporary fashion. The pieces read as spiritual mediums charged ...

    Catherine - 01/14/2020 - 11:43

  5. Dossier | Cooke-Sasseville’s Golden Recipe

    ... lustre of jewellery, bling-bling has also taken root in the art world, a place where it is hardly uncommon to encounter displays of wealth ... of luxury goods. As the word cupcake enters the French language and the world of sophisticated desserts, it would seem that cupcakes ...

    jeremi - 09/17/2019 - 17:47

  6. Dossier | Celebration’s Deception

    ... I don’t see that “celebrations of contemporary art” in their explicitly celebratory incarnations (openings, launches, ... pleasure than another is either a triviality of everyday language, or does indeed reveal that one can quantify the surplus value it is ...

    jeremi - 09/18/2019 - 10:07

  7. Article | Erika Kierulf: Retiens mon Souffle

    ... preoccupied with the aftermath of Minimalism in contemporary art, Erika Kierulf’s recent exhibition “Retiens mon souffle” (La Centrale ... in her work. Breathe ultimately exemplifies, in the language of Minimalism, a critique of subjectivity and its normative modernist ...

    jeremi - 10/22/2014 - 17:09

  8. Dossier | Notes on the potential and limits of Embedded insurrection

    ... the forthcoming book byproduct: On the Excess of Embedded Art Practices, (3) with the collaboration of its editor Marisa Jahn. (4) By ... the system they intervent to produce the work, and using its language as the primary artistic medium.” For example, the core medium of ...

    jeremi - 09/17/2019 - 18:09

  9. Dossier | Waste and Ontology

    ... “obscenities” and “every imaginable waste product of language,” paintings strewn with everyday trash (buttons, tickets). (7) With ... its reverse. Historically, the introduction of waste in art at the dawn of the twentieth century creates the same movement. But one ...

    jeremi - 10/22/2014 - 16:08

  10. Dossier | BGL: Precarious and Revealing Sites of Memory

    ... 2001. Photo: © Richard-Max Tremblay, courtesy Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal BGL: ... artists have perhaps transposed the vanitas genre into the language of installation art, (8) as the ephemeral nature of earthly ...

    jeremi - 09/18/2019 - 10:16

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