Virgil Abloh’s legacy is far-reaching in popular culture today, he is and was the modern-day renaissance man. Part designer, part DJ, part creative director, the wunderkind single-handedly helmed the meteoric rise of his label Off White and transformed Louis Vuitton into the streetwear juggernaut we know and love, all the while playing gigs at techno festivals, releasing EP’s with Boyz Noise and conjuring furniture collaborations with Ikea.
The Red Room, a multi-disciplinary artist installation in the St Henri borough of Tiohtià:ke / Montreal this past week, was equal parts community, femininity, and unfettered artistic expression.
Re-conceptualizing how public space is perceived today in tandem with how they are envisioned has to do not only with the future of a city but also with its past.
With just a glance at one of Lea Colombo’s photographs, you’ll instantly recognize it: hazy, psychedelic, and saturated in profound colour, the South African’s work is a multi-faceted exploration of feminine energy.
Belgian photographer Line-Teta Blémont’s ‘’Strange Banalities’’ is a series of photographs depicting a wordless feeling and ambiance that’s situated somewhere between liminal spaces, nostalgia and anemoia.
Film has a tendency to compress time. In all of the frantic and jagged cuts and perspectives of cinema, its multiplicities suggest and allow for the illusion of a time-elapsed in much greater length than the average running time of a film.
Los Angeles-based Indonesian photographer Auli Sinaga‘s photography is filled with rage. “If you see me, a small Asian woman, you would never depict me as an angry person.