Curated by Felicity Tayler, the exhibition Desire Lines. Displaced Narratives of Place highlights these lines, bounded by metadata describing three magazines published in Toronto between 1978 and 1987 : Fireweed, Border/Lines, and Fuse (formerly known as Centerfold), as well as their network of artists and writers who have mobilized around them.
SpokenWeb Podcast Listening Party: Forced Migration – Bison stories and what they can tell settlers about a past, present, and future on stolen land — Dec 06, 2021 (Events)
In this episode, artist and researcher Michelle Wilson mines these archives to create alternative stories of the bison’s path to conservation. These audio essays reveal how ideologies around capitalism, human exceptionalism, and white supremacy have influenced settler relations to the more-than-human world.
In this episode, SpokenWeb contributor Julia Polyck-O’Neill shares an archived recording of Canadian poet Lisa Robertson with us and talks us through two interviews she recorded with Robertson. Polyck-O’Neill invites us to consider the significance of Robertson’s intimate archival collections in light of the relationships between archives, memory, affect, and mortality.
SpokenWebPod Listening Party – Revisiting ‘The Agony and the Ecstasy of Elizabeth Smart’ — Oct 04, 2021 (Events)
We welcome Season 3 of The SpokenWeb Podcast by reintroducing and replaying an episode for you that exemplifies what our podcast is all about.
The SpokenWeb partnership is delighted to announce that the online exhibition AURAL ALTERITIES by SpokenWeb 2020-2021 Curator-in-Residence jamilah malika abu-bakare can now be viewed online at auralalterities.com.