Tag Archives: Toronto

Lo Fi Glamour

My wife and I are driving down Yonge Street on a midsummer’s trip to Toronto in our almond colored, Honda Civic hatchback (our first vehicle) with the windows rolled down blasting out Kool Thing on our cassette deck as we meander to our campsite on the edge of town. The blood surging through my veins, super hyped, I am on …

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Extremely Minimal

There is nothing special about Canadian interdisciplinary artist, Lee Henderson’s installation, Known Effects of Lightning on the Body (2014). Nothing particularly remarkable enough for it to be included in the group exhibit “Weight of Light,” curated by Darryn Doull as part of his University of Toronto Curatorial Studies MVS-degree requirement. Nothing a to-be-curator grad would feel necessary to show now, …

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A decade too much, Luis Jacob 10 years later

This is one of two articles had me banned from Akimbo, the CND art advertising network.  Rarely do we see such overt corruption in Canadian art, or censorship to silence the whistle-blower.  The best way I have of making that point is finding the stuff that’s obviously bad and shining a light on it — data-driven observation. Postmodernism is the …

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