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VOLUME 38: FEMINISMS

“Early feminism was born in strictly ordered spaces that coded and confined ideas of the feminine. Today’s discussions are wider, with similarly expanded spatial ramifications for work, care, history, and access.”

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS // Print Edition

BODIES

Performing the City // Sunita Nigam

Body, Space & Object // Leila Plouffe & Sean Trayner

Queering Architecture //Eloïse Choquette

Casting the Dollhouse // April Wong

Remembering What is Not Gone // Stephanie Bailey & Mark Woytiuk

STORIES

What is Street? // Džesika Devic, Angela Gordon, Elizabeth Gray, Maria Ricossa, Siri Thompson, & Louise Verdone

Unlocking Care // Sara Jacobs

The Candy Shop // Traumnovelle

Nüshu // Yam Lau

In Memoriam… // Alex Waterman & Postcommodity

WORK

Feminist Stuff // Marija Marić

The Supporting Intentions of a Sofa Cushion // Maike Hemmers

Between Women // Em Cheng & Jennifer Davis

Sites Unseen // Evan Pavka & Despina Stratigako

HIGHLIGHTS // On the Blog

 
 

ARTS EVERYWHERE ROUNDTABLE // A Discussion Between our Authors

 
 

EVENTS // Body, Space & Object

“Body, Space and Object” was exhibited at dc3 in Edmonton in June 2018. It exhibited soft sculptures by Leila Plouffe and original photography by Sean Trayner of these sculptures worn by Stephanie Dover. Creative Direction of the project and exhibition was by Carey van der Zalm.

From the Artist: All interactions in life are experienced through the body but leave marks on the mind. Feminist theorist Judith Butler reads the body as “not a being, but a variable boundary, a surface whose permeability is politically regulated.”

The collaborative project was nominated for a 2019 National Magazine Award in the category of best art direction of a single article.

 

AWARDS // 2019 NOMINATIONS

National Magazine Awards

NOMINATED: BEST MAGAZINE ART & LITERARY
NOMINATED: BEST ART DIRECTION OF A SINGLE ISSUE
NOMINATED: BEST ART DIRECTION OF SINGLE ARTICLE
NOMINATED: BEST ORIGINAL STORYTELLING

2019 // NATIONAL MAGAZINE AWARDS