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FDG Editorials

  1. Accidents as Process: FDG Artist Interview

    Date 10 Nov 2016
    by Jacqueline Hampshire After being born in Holland, growing up in Switzerland and living in Lebanon, Usamah Khan found himself following in the footsteps of his father, attending McGill University and inheriting one of his old cameras. Having graduated from Civil Engineering in 2014, Usamah now lives and works in…

  2. “Book Your Event Now!”: Cultural Commentary on The Modern Art Gallery

    Date 08 Nov 2016
    by Deanna Duxbury  Art Gallery of Southern Austrailia I sipped my sparkling drink in silence, walking around the room between partygoers, with an odd sense of separation from the main event. Everyone was crowding and clapping and chatting with their free cocktails. I couldn’t help but feel I was noticing what…

  3. Theatre Production: A Look Behind the Scenes

    Date 07 Nov 2016
    by Ann Cernek Montréal has a vibrant theatre scene. Whether through the Fringe Fest or McGill’s Tuesday Night Cafe Theatre, involved friends have always encouraged me to attend productions. There are constantly new opportunities to break into the Montréal theatre community, and like many other students, Claire Bourdin did so…

  4. Painted Fourth Walls

    Date 04 Nov 2016
    by Catherine LaRivière My morning commute from the suburbs is a long one, usually about two hours spent on a bus or train catching up on readings and beginning the process of keeping myself sufficiently caffeinated for the day. It’s the same mundane drudgery as any other trip into town;…

  5. Björk: Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before

    Date 03 Nov 2016
    by Aimée Tian Step into Björk’s virtual reality. Pamphlet cover. For those unfamiliar with the work of Björk Guðmundsdóttir, the 50-year-old Icelandic artist surely epitomizes what it means to be a “jack of all trades”. The singer/songwriter/actress has now been active for an astounding forty years, continuously redefining different modes…

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