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Postcolonial Dilemna Track #01 (Redux)

Kongo Astronauts presents Postcolonial Dilemna Track #01 (Redux), a psychotronic film from DR Congo by Eléonore Hellio (2010) – Curated by SPARCK in collaboration with Kongo Astronauts for FUSE 37-2/Speculation.

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Dilemna Track #02

Kongo Astronauts presents Postcolonial Dilemna Track #02, a psychotronic film from DR Congo by Eléonore Hellio (2012) – Curated by SPARCK in collaboration with Kongo Astronauts for FUSE 37-2/Speculation.

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Postcolonial Dilemna Track #03

Kongo Astronauts presents Postcolonial Dilemna Track #03 (Unended) – A psychotronic Film from DR Congo (2014) – Curated by SPARCK in collaboration with Kongo Astronauts for FUSE 37-2/Speculation.

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37-2 / Editorial

Speculate this! Kadiatou Diallo and Dominique Malaquais, for SPARCK In September 2013, reports started coming out of Kinshasa of a cosmonaut walking the streets at odd times and places. The first sightings were in Lingwala, a neighborhood near the city…

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37-2 / Speculation

States of Postcoloniality/Speculation In this issue of FUSE, SPARCK (Space for Pan-African Research, Creation and Knowledge), in conversation with the Kongo Astronauts, reflects on uses of speculation as a tool for making sense of and navigating postcolonial geographies. It is the final…

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SONNY ASSU

Sonny Assu: Possession
Curated by Jon Davies
Oakville Galleries at Centennial Square
1 December 2013 – 16 February
Review by Ellyn Walker

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KIM ADAMS

Kim Adams, Toaster Work Wagon (1997) 1960s VW bus parts, bicycles. Collection of Museum London; purchased with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance Program and the Moore Fund, 2013. Installation at the Art Gallery of Hamilton….

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ARTIST-RUN CULTURE = UTOPIA?

Review by Amber Berson Homework II: Long Forms / Short Utopias Conference hosted by Broken City Lab Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario 8­­–10 November 2013 The Homework II: Long Forms / Short Utopias conference was hosted by Broken City…

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Art, Austerity and the Production of Fear

We might say that everything has a lifespan and artist-run centres are no different. Some end before their time, others transform and renew themselves through successive generations, and some remain on life support far longer than
 is dignified, beholden to the palliative care of a burnt out “new generation” of cultural workers tasked with working out their present and future while struggling to honour their past.

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37-1/Editorial

With this special-issue bulletin, we at FUSE have embraced the motto “Do Less with Less.”