My review of KPL’s Central Library renovation by LGA received an honourable mention in the Young Critic in Architecture Competition hosted by Maison de l’architecture du Québec.
An expansive apparatus of architectural production played a significant role in the Canadian government’s efforts to assimilate Indigenous peoples (originally on Unmaking Things).
Photographs of the rare Charitable Research Reserve featured in the Wildlife issue of Blueprint, a student publication at WLU.
I was blown away by Tagaq’s set of improvised, non-traditional solo Inuit throat singing, which is usually done by two women facing each other. She performed with DJ Michael Red, who provided instrumental accompaniment with recordings of landscape sounds from Tagaq’s native Nunavut, such as flowing water or crunching snow. The song was riveting, from deep…