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May 4, 2015

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Excerpt: Disintegration by Richard Thomas

Fiction, Literature
Video Joints: An Audiovisual Experience of the Subconscious

Video Joints: An Audiovisual Experience of the Subconscious

A Branch is Too Big to Come Out of a Twig is the joint project of two outlets, Regina-based collective Turner Prize and Chicago-based artist veteran, Steve Reinke.

Art, Art News
{Fiction} Disappeared in The Snow

{Fiction} Disappeared in The Snow

I remember it like it was yesterday. It was on the third day of winter and the ground was covered in white snow. Our parents gathered us up, we dressed, and all eight of us piled up in the family car. None of the children knew where we were going. My father made a stop at the local sports store and, fifteen minutes later, he placed a large bag in the trunk of the car.

Fiction, Literature
The Ostrich Submarine and Other Works by a Mad Scientist/Artist

The Ostrich Submarine and Other Works by a Mad Scientist/Artist

It feels almost as if these incredible contraptions could actually be out there in the real world somewhere, in a secret laboratory. The blueprints included further enhance the depth and meticulousness of Tucker's vision.

Art, Art Shouts
Interview: Brit Woollard Photography

Brit Woollard: Avant Garde Photography

Why have you chosen photography as your form of expression? I actually am classically trained as an artist (drawing, painting, ect), but started experimenting with...

Artists, Interviews
91h6ESfOLdL._SL1500_

Excerpt: Disintegration by Richard Thomas

Fiction, Literature
Video Joints: An Audiovisual Experience of the Subconscious

Video Joints: An Audiovisual Experience of the Subconscious

A Branch is Too Big to Come Out of a Twig is the joint project of two outlets, Regina-based collective Turner Prize and Chicago-based artist veteran, Steve Reinke.

Art, Art News
{Fiction} Disappeared in The Snow

{Fiction} Disappeared in The Snow

I remember it like it was yesterday. It was on the third day of winter and the ground was covered in white snow. Our parents gathered us up, we dressed, and all eight of us piled up in the family car. None of the children knew where we were going. My father made a stop at the local sports store and, fifteen minutes later, he placed a large bag in the trunk of the car.

Fiction, Literature
The Ostrich Submarine and Other Works by a Mad Scientist/Artist

The Ostrich Submarine and Other Works by a Mad Scientist/Artist

It feels almost as if these incredible contraptions could actually be out there in the real world somewhere, in a secret laboratory. The blueprints included further enhance the depth and meticulousness of Tucker's vision.

Art, Art Shouts
Interview: Brit Woollard Photography

Brit Woollard: Avant Garde Photography

Why have you chosen photography as your form of expression? I actually am classically trained as an artist (drawing, painting, ect), but started experimenting with...

Artists, Interviews

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