Played in the Key of F-Minor, in 3 movements
Combine with 6 oz. apricot brandy, 2 oz. lemon sour, 1 vinyl LP, 2 electroacoustic transducers, 800-3500Hz, preferably vint. b/w 1973-’86, 1 sheltered room bathed in sunlight, 40mins.
Annual Digital Arts Gathering to Change in the Future
This year’s Sight + Sound explores networked art in an ultra-localized setting, while addressing financial insecurities in the art world by bringing the festival back to its roots.
‘Rouge Mekong’ Breaks New Ground in Psychological Immersion
Journey to the centre of Sarah Lebovitz.
Film Preservationist Mark Toscano Talks David Rimmer and Experimental Filmmaking
In anticipation of the series of screenings entitled David Rimmer: A Retrospective taking place at the Cinémathèque Québécoise on April 10 and April 11, The Link spoke with Mark Toscano from the Academy Film Archive, a film preservationist who worked on the restoration of Rimmer’s films.
New Comedy Web Series Highlights Gender Bias in Drinking Culture
Three women are using humour to challenge Montreal police’s offensive response to sexual assault allegations in cabs last fall.
French Rapper K.O.F. Divides His Time Between Collaboration and Community
The ultra-commercialization of big beat hip-hop by US major labels leads many to forget that this genre of music is primarily a vehicle for social change and positivity—uniting oppressed minorities within a single mode of art.
The Cult Classic Returns for a New Generation of Acolytes
“I’ll see you again in 25 years.”
Cinema Politica Nears the End of 2015 Winter Semester with Screening of Til the Cows Come Home
Til the Cows Come Home, is a film that documents the protests in front of Frontenac Prison Farm in Kingston, Ontario in 2010 following the Harper government’s decision to transform the Canadian correctional system and close all of Canada’s rehabilitative prison farms.
Concordia’s Theatre Department Takes Sophocles’ Antigone to the Metro
Known as one of the best dramatic plays ever written, Sophocles’ Antigone captures something essential about human nature and the power of the state. Although it was written as early as 441 BC, Sophocles’ message is still on point, as the play presents civil disobedience as a moral responsibility while denouncing the dangers of having an autocratic leader.
Architects and Designers Seek New Ways to Confront Ecological Debt
“We’re tipping towards the unknown,” said President of Buckminster Fuller Institute David McConville, setting the tone for the two-day Degeneration-Regeneration conference held on March 27 and 28.
Seymour: An Introduction Screens at Docville, as part of RIDM
Ethan Hawke’s debut documentary film Seymour: An Introduction is a product of the actor’s own existential and professional crisis, as he tells the camera early on in the movie—before stepping back to leave the scene to his friend and mentor Seymour Bernstein.