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An Interview with Painter Daniel Barkley

    Daniel Barkley is a native Montrealer, born in 1962. He holds an MFA from Concordia University and his work has been...
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Sabrina Ratte: The Idealized Vision in Reality

Montréal-based video artist Sabrina Ratté uses a unique combination of analog video synthesizers and mixers, and digital editing software to create surreal and moving future-scapes that confuse the boundary between architectural space, landscape and the imagination.

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Breakfast With Zizek

“I am not a communist out of optimism. I am a communist out of despair” -- Slavoj Žižek

Jacob Ciocci (left) and David Wightman of Extreme Animals

The Anals Of Extreme Animals: An Interview With Jacob Ciocci And David Wightman

Graeme Langdon interviews Extreme Animals, the long-running multimedia and performance project of artist-musicians Jacob Ciocci and David Wightman.

A scene from "A Beautiful Day in November on the Banks of the Greatest of the Great Lakes" with, from left, Mia Katigbak, Evan Thompson, Brooke Ishibashi, Nina Hellman, Heather Alicia Simms, Christian Felix and Jessica Almasy. Credit Jessica Osber

Kate Benson: Interview

B O D Y editor Ben Williams interviewed playwright and performer Kate Benson in New York on October 3, 2014. Her play A BEAUTIFUL DAY IN NOVEMBER ON THE BANKS OF THE GREATEST OF THE GREAT LAKES will be remounted in January at City Center, Stage II – Women’s Project space.

Jack Underwood

The Interview: Jack Underwood

I feel very strongly that poems are good things in the world. They are a means of questioning, and reassigning value. Actual psychopaths are running Global Finance, so it’s good to remind yourself all of that value is made-up too.

Edward Shenk

Don’t Fall Asleep: An Interview With Edward Shenk

"I don't think parody is necessarily disrespectful. Nor imitation a sign of respect. I don't like that binary--it’s too easy. " -- Edward Shenk

Rafael Sanchez and Jim Fletcher in 2008. Photo by Shana Fletcher.

Rafael Sanchez

I guess in some ancient models the masculine is the sky and the earth is the feminine, the fertile. But in this, it’s not exactly like that, if anything the masculine lover is the one that comes from underneath.

Photo: Jayson Keeling

Matt Shane’s Mental Landscapes

"I think mental transportation is the root appeal with landscapes. It's similar to going to the movies, playing a video game or reading a novel in that it’s an immersion into a fictional world. But with landscapes, the central character is a place."

Lush Life, by Nico Vassilakis

What Is Vispo? An Interview With Nico Vassilakis

Vispo is clearly a response to language. It tends to enhance the quantum aspects of language by focusing on the elemental design parts of language material. What’s that mean? People like fidgeting with alphabet.

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