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Feeling the Vibration of the Periphery: A Conversation

Alyssa Alpine, New York City, United States 
Maria Bauman, New York City, United States 
Cláudio Bueno, São Paulo, Brazil 
Jaime Shearn Coan, New York City, United States 
Patrick "Pato" Hebert, New York City & Los Angeles, United States 
João Simões, São Paulo, Brazil 
Kendra Sullivan, New York City, United States 

September 8, 2017, New York City Editor’s Note: This conversation was sparked by Cláudio and João’s visit to New York in the late summer of 2017, which Kendra was alerted...

Land Art as a Platform for Interaction

Una Rebić, Rijeka, Croatia 
Metod Blejec, Ljubljana, Slovenia 
Natali Bosić, Rijeka, Croatia 
Ivana Golob, Rijeka, Croatia 

Land Art as a Platform for Interaction By Una Rebić and Metod Blejec Look, I’m not gonna tell you what I’m up to, but I’ll say this, what I’m interested...

Uno specchio per cinque (A mirror for five)

Lu Cafausu, San Cesario di Lecce, Italy 

Beyond the Spectacle: Contradiction, Uncertainty, and Imagination

Sidd Joag, New York City, United States 

(Banner image: Chto Delat, Monument to the Century of Revolutions, 2017, installation at Toronto’s Nuit Blanche. Photo credit: Dmitry Vilensky.) Over the past couple weeks (months… years…) I have found it...

She-Wolf at the Border

Niki Singleton, New York City, United States 

This alien migrant at the border satirizes the United States’ position in relation to immigrants in the country today. It depicts the emotional rebellion of a large population of Americans...

Amizade como ativismo / Friendship as Activism

Ajamu, London, United Kingdom 
Cláudio Bueno, São Paulo, Brazil 
Félix Pimenta, São Paulo, Brazil 
Flip Couto, São Paulo, Brazil 
João Simões, São Paulo, Brazil 

This piece opens with excerpts from Ajamu’s journal, talking about his process as an ArtsEverywhere artist in residence working with Black queer communities in New York, São Paulo and Toronto....

Of Homelands and Revolution

Shawn Van Sluys, Guelph, Canada 
Aylan Couchie, Nipissing First Nation & Toronto, Canada 
Kimberly Mair, Lethbridge, Canada 
Kenneth Hayes, Sudbury, Canada 
Erin Silver, Vancouver, Canada 

What We Are Learning: Responses to Pedagogy, Otherwise

Alessandra Pomarico, New York City, United States / Lecce, Italy 
Jesal Kapadia, New York City, United States / Bombay, India 
Chris Jones, London, United Kingdom 
Sarah Amsler, Nottingham, United Kingdom 
Gerardo López-Amaro, San Francisco, United States 
Manish Jain, Udaipur, India 
Kelly Teamey, Battleboro, United States 
Udi Mandel, Battleboro, United States 

Art, Freedom, and the Politics of Social Justice

Sam Durant, Los Angeles, United States 
Noelle Garcia, Chicago, United States 
Hou Hanru, Rome, Italy, Paris, France and San Francisco, United States 
Oleg Mavromatti, Bulgaria / New York 
Alan Michelson, New York, United States 
National Coalition Against Censorship, New York, United States 
Karyn Olivier, Philadelphia, United States 
Vanessa Place, Los Angeles and New York, United States 
Boryana Rossa, Syracuse, United States 
Dexter Wimberly, New York City, United States 

From Where Do You Speak?: Locating the Possibility of Decolonization in Krista Belle Stewart’s Seraphine, Seraphine

cheyanne turions, Toronto, Canada 

Two moving-image portraits of a woman—captured nearly fifty years apart—play alongside each other, the few inches between them charged with the weight of intimate and social histories. On the left,...

Where Architecture and Feminisms Intersect

Miriam Ho, Toronto, Canada 
Ruth Jones, Toronto, Canada / Los Angeles, United States 
Stephanie Bailey & Mark Woytiuk, Edmonton & Vancouver, Canada 
Yam Lau, Toronto, Canada 
Éloïse Choquette, Montréal, Canada 
Džesika Devic, Kitchener, Canada 
Maike Hemmers, Rotterdam, the Netherlands 
April Wong, Toronto, Canada 
Lydia Karagiannaki, Brussels, Belgium 
Tiffany Shaw-Collinge, Edmonton, Canada 
Acre Architects, Saint John, Canada 
Stephanie Lee, Boston, United States 
Amrit Phull, Bangalore, India 

This roundtable is the third in a series of roundtables convened by The Site Magazine. Read their roundtable on borders here, and writing on the vernacular in architecture can be...

The Curse of Geography: Badakhshan

Emma Kazaryan, New York City, United States 

http://curseofgeography.artseverywhere.ca The Curse of Geography is an on-going series of investigative reports focused on the relationship of geographic isolation or proximity on social justice, human rights and public policy in...