An examination of the relationship between coloniality, raciality, and
global capital through a black feminist poethical framework, inspired by Octavia E. Butler's
sci-fi novel Kindred (first volume in the On the
Leonard & Bina Ellen Art Gallery, Concordia University
In a series of essays the artist Edith Brunette and François Lemieux outline collectively a few proposals on the question of inhabiting as put forward from their multiple and tenuous attachements to the land.
An original theory of power based on a dense and insightful inquiry into the consequences of the "Global War on Terror" and the security state, up to the imposition of neoliberal logic and the overflowing of the media made viral.
À La Becque is a semi-digital sonorous publication documenting the meeting of three musicians during their brief stay at La Becque, an artist residency in La Tour-de-Peilz (Switzerland). Both a digital album and artist book, the publication comprises 12 pages printed on a risograph, and includes a hyperlink to download seven improvisations (keyboards, voice, synthesizers and objects; 38 minutes).
The Canadian artist's second album features two immersive pieces that
explore ideas of compositional drift: The Nonsuch is inspired by
nocturnal hallucinations while In Praise of Blandness builds on
sinologist François Jullien's concept of “blandness”.
In this collection of stories and illustrations, Szaflarski
examines the subject of violence, in particular as it is experienced through
the female body. Beginning with an autobiographical experience, the story
triggers a dissociative state that plunges the book in and out of imaginary
worlds and associative narrative threads.