Tag Archives: In the Soil

Memory and Place: At an Intersection of Nations

Some thoughts spanning several galleries and many artists as part of the Celebration of Nations events at Brock University and in the downtown cultural sphere. Continue reading

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In the Soil 2017: your intrepid #artcriticfromhell’s purely subjective synopsis

Your intrepid #artcriticfromhell offers a mad round up of my wonderful experience of In The Soil. Continue reading

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Amber Lee Williams / “Embracing Randomness”

Another of the early artist features I produced for The Sound: I sat down with Amber Lee Williams to talk about her artwork and ideas. Continue reading

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In the Soil, Sewer Music

An installation from the In The Soil Festival of 2016: I sat down with Duncan MacDonald to talk about Music for Sewers and how we make assumptions about music that are completely wrong. Continue reading

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