A literal title, Anna Uddenberg’s “Continental Breakfast” is a subversive exploration of our consented submission to the virtual world.
A postmodernist artist, Anna Uddenberg’s body of work constantly follows the idea of simulacrum; how reality is dictated by a saturated media which controls our wishes, beliefs, and bodies and the power structures which surround them.
Meg Cule, also known by her internet alias @desperateidiot on instagram is an artist and writer based in Montreal, Quebec. Through varying mediums of creative exploration, namely free verse poetry, visual art, tattooing, lyric composition and printmaking – Cule has explored the depths of her artistic curiosities for years, always finding writing to be her most natural manifestation of truth.
Introducing “DOG / MEETS / CHAINSAW”, an editorial project created by Montreal-based creative director and stylist Rym Guimili, in collaboration with a talented team of local artists.
In the bustling Ville de Montreal, where the cosmopolitan vibe blends seamlessly with a rich cultural heritage, creatives are redefining the Canadian fashion landscape with their unique perspectives on diversity.
Transparency is highlighted when one juxtaposes life encased in a luxurious home and what life was like once before. The elegantly raunchy styling strikes a balance between an opulent existence within a large, concrete mansion (complete with a built-in aquarium) and being wild at heart; wanting to push boundaries.
The first book by photographer Shae Detar, titled Another World, depicts a perfect world inhabited entirely by women. The pages of the book are vividly saturated with color, showing the subjects of the artist roaming through vast, natural landscapes in complete nudity.
A meme from 2011 starts playing, then a clip of an actor crying in a car. A single tear trickles from an anime eye.
In the midst of an influx of AI visuality, we dream in a digital utopia, a liminal space of possibility. Envisioning alternate realities and machinic dreams of AI Fashion, new media artist Cody Rooney asks, When Machines Dream, Do They Dream of Couture?