Shot in the historical Rialto theatre by a team of Montreal creatives, Drama Fatigue portrays a young actress captivated by life on the stage.
“A Place is Deeply Possessed” explores the intimate connection between people and their surroundings. Through evocative imagery, it highlights a seamless integration into the diverse environments that envelope us, from urban landscapes to the serenity of nature.
A blur of colours, ethereal, shimmering droplets of water, a model that seems less human, and more mirage. A world that seems less tangible, and more imaginative.
Liminul Magazine presents Hug Me Tie. In response to society’s deeply ingrained perceptions of gender roles, this editorial emerges with a profound purpose: to dismantle these stereotypes and challenge the prevailing notion that men are the sole embodiment of industriousness, professionalism, and dominance, while women’s contributions in the workplace are often undermined and dismissed.
On the first pages of LIGNES DE FUITE volume three, Editor-In-Chief Milan Tanedjikov writes, “Originality is fleeing towards yourself,” a central theme which courses through the Canadian talent incubators latest iteration of their annual eponymous publication.
Liminul Studios Presents ‘Bow Down To Me’ – a collaborative visual project born from artists currently working, living and creating in Toronto & Montreal.
Wolfgang Tillman’s To Look Without Fear, currently exhibiting at the Art Gallery of Ontario until October 1st 2023, is a retrospective of the German photographer’s oeuvre.
What is ‘Accidental Renaissance’? Well, you’ve probably seen these pictures popping up on your feed at some point.
It’s a phenomenon in which pictures taken by civilians without a second thought, and by the chance of faith, the elements aligned to create a picture of perfect balance of light, movement, and perspective in the picture, transcending a universal commentary on humanity.
Master of Brutality is a group exhibition of experimental objects curated by Jean-Michel Gadoua and New Studio. Inaugurated by two subsequent shows in Williamsburg and Montreal, the exhibition celebrates raw materials and spontaneous gestures as an antidote to impersonal manufacturing.