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FEATURES & HIGHLIGHTS Editorial by Managing Editor Maxine Proctor We Are Still Here by Jeff Thomas We Are Still Here is an inside look into the life and career of one of the most influential contemporary photographers, Jeff Thomas. Responsible Hearts: T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss and Anne Riley by Tarin Dehod During a visit to the Banff Centre this summer, Tarin Dehod witnessed a performance by T’uy’t’tanat-Cease Wyss and Anne Riley as a part of the exhibition “If the river ran upwards” curated by Jacqueline Bell. Along for the Ride: A Conversation with Lori Blondeau by Troy Gronsdahl This timely interview utilizes Lori Blondeau’s mid-career exhibition Grace: A Survey as a backdrop for this intimate conversation about her formidable practice. Consumer Symbols: A Glass Order by Cole Thompson Cole Thompson discusses the work of Shelley Niro, Lori Blondeau, Marja Helander, and Thriza Cuthand in an attempt to showcase how Indigenous artist’s dissect consumer culture and its impact on contemporary ideologies, imagery, and relationships. Redefining the Past: Christian Chapman’s Edmazinbiiget and the Remaking of Anishinaabe Visual Art by Nadia Kurd Christian Chapman’s Super-8 film Edmazinbiiget is an ode to the life and times of Anishinaabe artists who lived and worked in Northern Ontario during the 1950s and 60s, Norval Morrisseau, Jackson Beardy, Roy Thomas, Benjamin Chee Chee, and Carl Ray. An Open Letter to Lawren Harris by Professor William Starling Starlings are an invasive species of bird that were brought to Ontario alongside the European settlers. In a letter directed at the infamous Canadian painter Lawren Harris, Professor William Starling retraces the steps and missteps of Canadian history, culture, and identity from his almost omnipresent point of view.

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