Issue 107 – Fall/Winter 2017

Issue 107 - Fall/Winter 2017

Natalie Boll and LaTiesha Fazakas’s Meet Beau Dick: Maker of Monsters and Melanie Wood’s Shut Up and Say Something spotlight the contributions of Indigenous artists. Subscribe today!

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Gentle Giants


Denis Côté's A Skin So Soft is a playful and thoughtful hybrid portrait of bodybuilders that considers masculinity from new angles as the muscle men sculpt their bodies with a rigourous regimen of dieting, cardio, weightlifting and manscaping in pursuit

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The Lives of Artists


This year’s Canadian documentary selection at the Vancouver International Film Festival is highlighted by a pair of portraits of gifted British Columbia-based artists: Natalie Boll and LaTiesha Fazakas’s Meet Beau Dick: Maker of Monsters, about the eponymous Kwakwaka’wakw master carver and mask

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Acid and its chemical relatives—the family known as psychedelics—have spawned musical innovations, political ideals, and societal revolutions. Also: wasted time, ill-spent youths and evaporated minds. From a cultural perspective, psychedelics have led to some results that are less than worthy:

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