Digital Edition of Studio Magazine Vol. 14 No. 1
Focal Point: The Toronto Ink Company Jessica Sharples considers how Jason Logan dissolves Death Valley into ink.
Making Sense of the World Michael Prokopow identifies naming as a colonial endeavour and finds hope in reclamation practises.
As If Painting The Land Were A Way of Knowing Anong Beam’s paint stones have developed a devoted following and author Kathryn Walsh Kuitenbrouwer explores the joyful process of making them.
Saidye Bronfman Award Winner: Anna Torma Anna Torma’s accomplished career is reviewed by curator Sarah Quinton.
River Lot 11∞ Christine Sokaymoh Frederick and Dawn Saunders Dahl write about the history of Edmonton’s Indigenous Art Park.
The Things That We Build And Place There Nehal El-Hadi speaks with curator, author and activist Wanda Nanibush.
Portfolio Quin Cheung (Calgary, Alta.) Ande Brown (Winnipeg, Man.) Mathew Nuqingaq (Iqaluit, Nunavut)
Review Essay: The Politics Of Extraction Writer and curator Rea McNamara explores the environmental accountability demanded by artist Dana Prieto’s work.
Inquiries: Laura Lipcsei The conservator describes her work at the Royal Ontario Museum.