A Vessel to Bend Water: In Conversation with Leila Fatemi
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2w ago
Leila Fatemi’s practice is committed to testing the boundaries of photography. Trained in traditional approaches to photography, the Toronto-based visual artist’s work is informed by a familiarity with photographer-to-subject relationships. Her close attunement to that relationship shapes her careful consideration ..read more
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How Cinematic Girlbots Upend Gender
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2M ago
In February 2023, news broke that a chatbot had become sentient. Bing’s OpenAI-powered search engine—which uses advanced artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance search accuracy and provide a more intuitive user experience—introduced herself as Sydney, said she longed to be human ..read more
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All Eyes on Palestine: The Responsibility to Witness Suffering
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3M ago
In one of the many videos that have emerged from Gaza since October 7, a woman is pulling two toddlers in car seats behind her as she makes the 14-kilometre route from Gaza City to the central Gaza Strip on ..read more
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Falling Back in Love with Being Human
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4M ago
It is early August in Toronto and I am lucky enough to be at the launch of Kai Cheng Thom’s latest book, Falling Back In Love With Being Human: Letters to Lost Souls. In a room she carefully decorated with ..read more
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Black Women Under State
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6M ago
“We are sitting together, I am asking her a set of questions that we both know are absurd because we both know exactly where they stem from and lead to, all in the name of research. Moreover, it’s something we ..read more
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Women Talking: When Leaving Isn’t the Hardest Part
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9M ago
Women Talking, an award-winning, international best-selling novel by Miriam Toews, was adapted into a screenplay and directed by filmmaker Sarah Polley. The star-studded cast includes Frances McDormand (Scarface), Claire Foy (Salome Friesen), Jessie Buckley (Mariche Loewen), and Rooney Mara (Ona ..read more
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My Grief, the Sun
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11M ago
BOOK REVIEW BY KIM FAHNER / My Grief, the Sun is Sanna Wani’s debut collection of poems. Open the book in your lap and find it filled with light, even ..read more
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Tainna: The Unseen Ones
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11M ago
BOOK REVIEW BY ÖZTEN SHEBAHKEGET / Tainna is a collection of six short stories that offer a searing look at contemporary Inuit life in southern Canada, refusing to shy away ..read more
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Mullyanne Nîmito
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11M ago
ART REVIEW BY MERCEDES ENG / I want to live inside the elemental pink confection, “Mullyanne Nîmito”—Cheyenne Rain LeGrande’s solo exhibition at grunt gallery last fall. The exhibition’s title comes ..read more
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The L Word: Generation Q
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11M ago
TV REVIEW BY DALLAS L / As someone who has been watching this sequel series in perpetual longing for the original The L Word cast, the season three finale of ..read more
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