The following is the first in a series of three texts that focus on the pleasures and frustrations, the rewards and dangers, of reading images and imagining readings. Part Two | Part Three By Michael Davidge I’ve always loved reading. Okay, so maybe I didn’t come out of the womb holding a New Yorker magazine, [...]
Choose one: 1 copy CAN $8.00 CAD 2 copies CAN $17.00 CAD 3 copies CAN $32.48 CAD 1 copy USA $13.00 CAD 1 copy INT’L $20.00 CAD On the cover: Dustin Wilson, Homo Pilosus (forensic panorama), 2011, ink on photographic inkjet print. Issue 29.3 Features: Picturing the West: Sheila Spence by Wayne Baerwaldt [...]
Winner Nathan Cyprys, When Divided Several Times By a Ghost Honourable Mentions Chloë Ellingson, With You Marie-Andrée Houde, View #2 Isabel M. Martinez, Chevron #1 Christopher McLeod, Move Up or Move Out Brett Smith, Origin Nathan Cyprys, Stool Standing On Two Legs Hunched Over Hanging Arms Down In a Disdainful Manner Amidst Late Afternoon Sunlight When I [...]
By Marcus Miller Last January, Wikipedia’s 24-hour blackout shed some light on the struggle for the freedom to copy and its cast of characters. (On January 18 Wikipedia shut down it’s English-language website for 24 hours to protest two bills before the U.S. House of Representatives and Senate: the “Stop Online Piracy Act,” SOPA and [...]
Narrated by Tom Waits. It’s fast, fun, and informative. Created by the guys that made Catfish.
Through PBS’s online program Off Book, I recently discovered Aram Bartholl‘s work on the F.A.T. Lab website. The Free Art and Technology (F.A.T.) Lab describes themselves at “an organization dedicated to enriching the public domain through the research and development of creative technologies and media.” Bartholl’s work uses a special mix of humour and tech savy [...]