Undeniably, bagels have become a symbol of Montreal culture, and a point of great contention for New York Bagel lovers (Montreal bagels are superior FYI), but what if eating them isn’t enough to express one’s love for Montreal’s most famed alimentary export?
DESIGN & LIVING
Samuel Arsenault-Brassard Creates Art in The Liminal Space of Virtual Reality
Samuel Arsenault-Brassard is a virtual architect and artist living and working in Montreal. His work, some of which is currently exhibited at Montreal’s ELLEPHANT gallery explores light, shadow and form all through the use of virtual reality technology.
Bubble Houses: Modernist Structures as Sites of Liminality
In 1941 the prominent American architect Wallace Neff was shaving his face. Standing at the bathroom sink in one of the grand Spanish Colonial homes for which had garnered him immense popularity and created his name as an architect Ness’ eye was drawn to a bubble of soap.
Reconceiving Public Space Post-Pandemic
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.