“Please Do Not Eat the Art”
Soft Stimuli was the Concordia student gallery’s last fall exhibit. Running between Dec. 3 to the 21, the artworks exhibited were unique, and some showcased the intimate and complicated relationships people have with their bodies.
Using Dolls and Colourful Woodcuts to Celebrate the Beauty of Blackness
Theran Seaton’s art celebrates the beauty of Blackness with a sample of her doll collection and colourful woodcuts of her sister’s braids.
A Critical Look into the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict— Which is Censored In The U.S.
The film Occupation of the American Mind , which is banned from the U.S. , showcases the propaganda distributed of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
An Imagined Continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s 19th Century Play
“A Doll’s House, Part 2” is an imagined continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic 19th century play “A Doll’s House,” where Nora, the mother of a young family, decides to leave her husband and children. In the new play, Nora has come back home 15 years later, and is dealing with the fall-back of her actions.
Choreographer Bastazin Uses Dance to Shed Light on Discrimination and Violence Against Afro-Brazilians and Other Minorities
When thinking of Brazilian dances, we often picture colourful feathers, and glittery G-strings—but one Brazilian choreographer wants to show the harsh realities behind the carnival fairy tales with her dance show I Love Quebrada.
Fringe Calendar November 28- December 4
Reclaiming Self-Identity With a Haircut at the VAV in “Hyper Real”
Two small television sets sit parallel to each other, looping a video of visual artist Naïka Deluy-Garwood, shaving her head.
Durham’s Piece “Hidden Figures” Sheds Light on the Historically Silent Role of Slavery in the Coffee Market of Colonial Brazil
David Durham contributed two of his paintings together entitled Hidden Figures at the student-run Visual Arts Visuels Gallery’s current exhibition, Hyper Real: Black History Exhibition and Event Series.
Book Review of “FLEM” by Rebecca Rosen
FLEM is about a young woman named Julia who compulsively picks her nose. The graphic novel by Brussels-based, Montreal artist Rebecca Rosen is a short, yet intense read with a climax that feels like a punch in the face.
Challenging the Politicization of Black Bodies and Experiences Through Art Exhibited at the VAV
Hyper Real: Black History Exhibition and Event Series is a conglomerate of art pieces that relate a story of Black identity.