What It Really Is

Curated by Nicholas Brown, featuring Kristan Horton, Liz Magor, Kristi Malakoff, Kerri Reid and Jennifer Rose Sciarrino, Red Bull 381 Projects, Toronto What It Really Is, at Red Bull 381 Projects in Toronto, comprises sculptural works from Kristan Horton, Liz Magor, Kristi Malakoff, Kerri Reid and Jennifer Rose Sciarrino that make use of materials, process…

Graham’s talk

This interview took place at the Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery in Toronto on the occasion of Graham’s talk there on January 26, 2005. Luis Jacob: You have written important texts about popular music–rock n’ roll, punk rock, new wave–and you approach these popular cultural forms with the seriousness that one expects from art criticism….

Ana Rewakowicz’s SleepingBagDress

Ana Rewakowicz’s SleepingBagDress is an attractive shiny, full-length garment that can be inflated into a transparent one-person tent and refuge. This fragile nomadic shelter suggests many contexts: ancient archaeological sites, rainy city streets, shopping mall corridors, Mexico City’s Zocalo and Europe’s modernist plazas. SleepingBagDress is a delineated bubble of personal space that defines and confines…