Sadie Mallon’s “How to Care for a Limp Thing” – An Interview with Eva Morrison

Sadie Mallon–”How to Care for a Limp Thing” video stills. In an interview with Yiara Online’s lead contributor Eva Morrison, Concordia undergraduate artist Sadie Mallon discusses her recent work “How to Care for a Limp Thing”. The video piece explores acts of care; how we care for others and what we get–or do not get–in […]

Modern Day Relationships – Chelsie Dysart

As a contemporary art student in Alloa, Scotland, Chelsea Dysart is interested in gender roles and  how they are treated, which led her, after many research methods, to create a series that visually show these different types of relationships, which she found apparent in today’s modern society.  Actuellement étudiante en art contemporain à Alloa en Ecosse, […]

Wangol – Ashley Zver-Volel

Ashley Zver-Volel, an undergraduate student based in Montreal and studying urban planning at Concordia University, presents, within her collage, “Wangol” a Haitian folk song that greatly inspired and influenced her. Ashley Zver-Volel, une étudiante au premier cycle universitaire, basée à Montréal et qui étudie l’aménagement urbain à l’Université de Concordia, nous présente, à travers un collage, […]

What is “Good Hair”? – Yiara Meets Liela Touré

Yiara’s Amelia Wong-Mersereau speaks with artist Liela Touré (BA Communications, Concordia) about her performative piece “Good Hair”. An interview to discuss the recent performance piece by Liela Touré at Oboro in Montreal. This durational performance entitled “Good Hair” calls the viewer to consider the body, the gaze, and the politics of race and gender with regards […]