Who is Dayani Cristal?

01 Nov 2013, Posted in Articles, Reviews, 0 Comments

Who is Dayani Cristal?

Film, 86 mins, 2012. Directed by Marc Silver. Canadian Premiere at Hot Docs, Toronto 27 April 2013. —Review by Amber Landgraff

Continue Reading...

On Resisting

01 Nov 2013, Posted in Reviews, 0 Comments

On Resisting

Jacqueline Hoang Nguyen, the Archive and Why the Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction —Review by Amber Berson

Continue Reading...

Border Cultures: Part One (homes, land)

01 Nov 2013, Posted in Articles, Reviews, 0 Comments

Border Cultures: Part One (homes, land)

Group Exhibition, Curated by Srimoyee Mitra, Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor ON 25 January–31 March 2013 —Review by Sasha Opeiko

Continue Reading...

Gita Hashemi’s Time Lapsed

01 Nov 2013, Posted in Articles, Reviews, 0 Comments

Gita Hashemi’s Time Lapsed

Hashemi’s seminal artworks in Time Lapsed create a venue for collective remembrance, understanding and solidarity —Review by Haleh Niazmand

Continue Reading...

The See by Jessica MacCormack

10 Jul 2013, Posted in Articles, Reviews, 0 Comments

The See by Jessica MacCormack

Jessica MacCormack’s The See delivers me back to my childhood, and to my childhood feelings. My individual illogical logic, overlapping explanations, memories and dreams. Intense isolation and longing, mixing pain in with everyday life. — Sarah Mangle

Continue Reading...

Another Atlas

03 Jul 2013, Posted in Articles, Reviews, 0 Comments

Another Atlas

Critical analysis of the traditional functions of mapping has grown significantly in recent years, such that acknowledging maps as politically subjective cultural artefacts, and map-making as an act of imperialism, will seem quite obvious. — Milena Placentile

Continue Reading...

Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater

19 Jun 2013, Posted in Articles, Reviews, 0 Comments

Brian Jungen and Duane Linklater

As we follow the artists on their hunts in Modest Livelihood, it’s unclear whether they’re showing us a way of life in which either feels entirely at home. They may well identify strongly with their ancestral livelihoods, but that matters little for how these films play out. — Lucas Freeman

Continue Reading...

Eyal Weizman’s The Least of All Possible Evils

17 Apr 2013, Posted in Reviews, 0 Comments

Eyal Weizman’s The Least of All Possible Evils

Beginning with an agile reading of the sequence of disasters that constitute the narrative of Voltaire’s Candide (1759), the Israeli architect Eyal Weizman has, in his latest monograph, The Least of All Possible Evils (LPE), initiated another productive foray into our optimized “humanitarian present.” — Etienne Turpin

Continue Reading...

Sector Zero – On the Brink of Beirut

17 Apr 2013, Posted in Reviews, 0 Comments

Sector Zero – On the Brink of Beirut

When I slip Nadim Mishlawi’s Sector Zero DVD from its sleeve, my heart is already in my throat. I am expecting to be hurt by these pictures from Lebanon, and the cruel accident of this country’s geography, but from the very opening images I am assured that beauty will be a regular accompaniment. — Mike Hoolboom

Continue Reading...

Game Over – Reframing Combat in Diaspora Space

17 Apr 2013, Posted in Reviews, 0 Comments

In shifting the position of the viewer from a passive recipient of such representations to the active roles of gamer and witness, Blown Up creates new spaces through which to build diasporic disidentifications and migrant self-representations that reframe militaristic violence within mediated space. — Marty Fink

Continue Reading...
http://fusemagazine.org/wp-content/themes/press

Page optimized by WP Minify WordPress Plugin