On newsstands 6 March 2013! alQaws for Sexual & Gender Diversity in Palestinian Society; Indigenous Youth Delegation to Palestine; Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions; Zainab Amadahy; Lady Gaza; Kandis Friesen; Basil AlZeri; Shater Hassan; Kamal Aljafari; Inside Decolonizing Architecture.Continue Reading...
10-11-12 October 2013 – A multidisciplinary and collaborative symposium for artists and scholars of the Americas and the Caribbean. Featuring papers, workshops, performances and online components, the symposium will provide an unparalleled opportunity to engage the diversity of contemporary aesthetic practices informed by decolonial thought. Co-presented by e-fagia and FUSE, with the support of the Justina M. Barnicke Gallery and the Canada Council for the Arts.Continue Reading...
This month, as an Images Festival community partner, we are proud to support the following programs:
Friday 5 April, 7:00–8:00 PM @ Jackman Hall, AGO
(2013, 30 min, with Live Performance)
We’ll be selling copies of our current issue, Palestine–Palestine for $5/ea and discounted subscriptions.
In Witness : Palestine, artist Barbara Hammer deftly layers film practice, politics and performance. Inspired in form by Italian artist Fabio Mauri’s 1975 performance in which he projected Pier Paolo Pasolini’s The Gospel According to St Matthew onto Pasolini himself, and in content by contemporary accounts of Palestinians living under the Israeli occupation, Hammer has created a work of startling intimacy and urgency.
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In this captivating hybrid documentary shot in New York, director Lynne Sachs utilizes the bed as both starting and focal point for inquiry into the personal and collective experiences of a household of immigrants living in a “shift-bed” apartment in Chinatown. Initially documented in Jacob Riis’ controversial photography of the late 19th century, a shift-bed is a bed that is shared or rented in several-hour increments by people who are neither in the same family nor in a relationship. Since the advent of tenement housing in the Lower East Side, working class people have shared beds, making such spaces a definable and fundamental part of immigrant life. Over a century later, the shift-bed remains a necessity for many, triggered by socio-economic barriers embedded within the urban experience.
1 – 15 March 2013 — FUSE is proud to be partnering with Israeli Apartheid Week Toronto for the launch of our Spring 2013 issue, Palestine–Palestine. At events throughout the week, take advantage of exclusive deals on single copies and subscriptions – up to 30% off newsstand prices!
Next event: Tuesday 5 March, 6:45PM,
Roadmap to Apartheid film screening at
Andrew Herscher - The Unreal Estate Guide to Detroit
Mostly What is Unsaid
(FUSE + Art Metropole + Scapegoat)
Thursday 21 March
7 – 9PM
1490 Dundas St. W., Toronto
FALLOUT: Visions of Apocalypse
Symposium organized by the York University
Art History Graduate Students Association
Co-presented by FUSE
Ou la lutte pour l’invention de possibles, guest edited par le Collectif Artivistic. CONTENU: Anne Bertrand; Translating the printemps érable; Anna Adamolo; Mark Paschal; Météorologie d’une GGI; Atelier Populaire; Thien V.; Faiz Abhuani; Insurgence; Bill 78; Artificial Hells; Andrew James Paterson.Continue Reading...
In fall 2012, FUSE Magazine collaborated with Montreal’s Artivistic Collective and Skol to create our first ever bilingual edition, 36-1/Promiscuous Infrastructures ou la lutte pour l’invention de possibles, emerges out of Artivistic’s engagement with the Québécois student strike and social uprising of the past spring and summer, in relation to its ongoing project on “promiscuous infrastructures.”Continue Reading...
Issue Contributors: Agne Bagdžiūnaitė; Michael Blum; Barbara Clausen; Alison Cooley; Jurij Dobriakov; Amy Fung; Sydney Hart; Amber Landgraff; Marc James Léger; Jessica MacCormack; Sarah Mangle; Johanna Sophie Santos Bassetti; Pablo Rodriguez; cheyanne turions; Alise Upitis; Nomeda and Gediminas Urbonas.Continue Reading...
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