1. Becoming Part of the Work

    Date 17 Apr 2017
    Becoming Part of the Work: Phenomenology and Olafur Eliasson By: Jacqueline Hampshire Phenomenology is the study of that which appears to us and describes the process of meaning produced through encounter.  This methodological approach, sometimes used by art historians, insists on the presence of the viewer and relies on the…

  2. Doris Salcedo Grieves at Harvard Art

    Date 17 Apr 2017
    by Aimée Tian content warning: grief and trauma Doris Salcedo, Disremembered II, 2014. Silk thread and nickel-plate steel, 35 × 21½ × 6¼ in. (89 × 55 × 16 cm)Collection of Charlotte and Herbert S. Wagner III. © Doris Salcedo. Courtesy of the artist and Alexander and Bonin, New York, and White…

  3. The Art on Campus

    Date 11 Apr 2017
    By: Ann Cernek Believe it or not, there are over 2,000 works of art being exhibited across McGill’s two campuses, including painting, sculpture, tapestry, stained-glass windows and murals. The majority of these works were acquired by the University through private donations and are a testament to alumni and community appreciation of…

  4. The Love Witch

    Date 10 Apr 2017
    By: Kennedy Rooke Cinema du Parc screened Anna Biller’s 2016 film The Love Witch last weekend as part of their Minuit à Parc screening series. The film follows Elaine, a young woman who leaves San Francisco for a fresh start soon after the death of her husband. There she endeavours…

  5. Abundance Abound: Some Thoughts on Art’s Boundaries and Lack Thereof

    Date 04 Apr 2017
    by Catherine LaRivière Hello friends! If you found yourself clicking on this link out of procrastination, know that this article was written under similar circumstances. It’s essay season and everything’s due all the time. C’est la vie, mon kiki. A week and change ago, our beloved FDG saw its “Boundaries…

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