Vol. 5, No. 2

About This Issue
Every so often there is a gathering of artists that seems pivotal on the national stage. Primary Colours/Couleurs primaires (PC/Cp) was such a Gathering (not a conference, you will note!).
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Artist Run Centre
Fruitful Lives and Deaths: The Art of Farrah Marie Miranda and the Question of DignityBy Tara Atluri
Farrah Miranda’s installations, Produce Party and Speaking Fruit pose lingering questions regarding the possibility of dignity in the context of global capitalism.
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Reviews & Reflections
Unfiltered Universe and Agrima: New Jazz Releases ReviewedBy David Adler
The latest jazz releases from Rudresh Mahanthappa and Rez Abbasi are reviewed.
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Reviews & Reflections
Multilayered Encounter: Physical Theatre ReviewBy Scheherazaad Cooper
Encounter tells the story of Dopdi Mehjen, an indigenous woman and necessity-driven revolutionary, who is eventually captured and tortured by the authorities.
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Reviews & Reflections
The Great Welcome: A PC/Cp ReflectionBy Zab Maboungou
When I received the invitation to participate in the great gathering that was Primary Colours this autumn in the city of Victoria in British Columbia, my feeling was above all that of remembrance.
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Reviews & Reflections
We Continue to Walk: A PC/Cp ReflectionBy Samaqani Cocahq
And we continue to walk. Taking time to go to our medicines. To speak to our teachers. We do our ceremonies. And we continue to walk.
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Reviews & Reflections
An Uncertain Latitude: A PC/Cp ReflectionBy David Garneau
I wonder about artistic privilege. The advantages, attention, and public money granted to select artists, but especially the social margin, passage, and exception we occasionally enjoy.
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Artist Run Centre
Deconstructing Comfort: A PC/Cp ReflectionBy Tara Hogue
The opening reception of Deconstructing Comfort brought together over eighty participants from across Turtle Island, traversing the imposed boundaries of colonial nation states.
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Conversations
Centering Indigenous Art PracticesChris Creighton-Kelly and France Trépanier in conversation with Zool Suleman
Excerpts from a conversation that took place on October 27, 2017 on WSÁNEĆ territory near Victoria BC.
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