Saint Lo. is a Montreal-based folk, indie, pop-rock band with roots that stretch across the continent.
Hazel Thexton’s piece depicts modern women’s grooming products, as seen through the lens of a future society’s exhibit on archaic, restrictive beauty practices.
Eva Morrison interviews Toronto-based artist Rajni Perera about the process and inspiration behind “My Dreams Started Dancing.”
This piece was made as a memorialization of Beaumont’s past self, and our murdered and missing trans sisters, as well as a celebration of rebirth for her future self.
With “Makeup (Graffiti on Face),” Raheleh Salim represents the constrained and restricted atmosphere she experienced through self-portraiture.
“The dimly-lit, warm ambiance of Krulik’s Drag Me project invites you into the House of Laureen as a space of examination, confession, and revelation”
Oberhozer’s drawings and series of under-wears represent women’s right to decide when sexual intimacy is appropriate and desired.
“SHOWTIME! (to be said with an exclamatory voice while raising your hands in the air) & other moments” addresses the spectacle and hidden labours of theatre.
Alex Apostolidis challenges the power dynamic presented in pornography through their series “Consexual.”
A How-to guide by Mikaela Clark-Gardner.
Olivia Deresti-Robinson on Alice Neel.
Zine by Angelina Mazza and Sara Hashemi.
“Be an Excellent Bitch, Don’t Be a Petty Bitch”: Subverting Images of Black Femininity through the Selfies of @PrincessNokia
Aimée Tian on @PrincessNokia’s subversive selfies.