Video Interview with Former Fridge Door Artist Claire Boucher AKA Grimes
Before Grimes was Grimes, she was Claire Boucher, a McGill student artist exhibiting her work at the Fridge Door Gallery! Check out this TV McGill clip where she talks about her own relationship to art, specifically mentioning Fridge Door’s role in the McGill art community around 2:43.
Interview with Perspectives/Perceptions Artist Iris Esquivel
Iris Esquivel was one of the artists featured in Fridge Door’s Winter 2016 exhibition “Perspectives/Perceptions.” She is a U3 Elementary Education student at McGill whose work as an artist is multidisciplinary, ranging from poetry to illustration.
Interview by Sylvie Schwartz
How did you become interested in art and what drew you to…
Interview with Perspectives/Perceptions Artist Sarah Bentivegna
Sarah Bentivegna wa one of the artists featured in Fridge Door’s Winter 2016 exhibition Perspectives/Perceptions. She is a second year linguistics student at McGill whose work varies between film, photos, and collages made from various magazines and advertisements, and the occasional painting
Interview by Lena Anne
When did you first become interested…
Review of Imagine Brazil at DHC/ART
By Hope Christerson
Imagine Brazil is an exhibition of contemporary Brazilian art inspired by the acronym BRIC. BRIC is a term used in the study of global economics, coined at the turn of the century, which refers to the countries Brazil, Russia, India and China and is based on the…
Review of L’avenir Exhibition at the MAC’s Nocturne Biennale
By Kelli Sturkenboom
This Friday, the Musée d’art contemporain hosted its fourth “Friday Nocturne” event of the year. This time, it was a special Biennale edition to coincide with the three-month-long art festival going on in Montréal. Their L’avenir exhibition was open from 5pm until 2am, with DJs, cocktail bars, light bites and…