“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.
K-Pop is a global sensation—and even that might be an understatement. It’s a commercial music force, with music blending the genres of hip-hop, rap, electronica, dance, pop, and so much more.
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.
The Fabricant is an Amsterdam-based digital-only fashion house that fuses reality with a digital scape where a hybrid aesthetic of both universes exist and evolve.
Although medieval aesthetics have been present in the media for years, this last decade has been witnessing its revamping. Artists like Caroline Polachek or ARCA have been championing certain elements of this aesthetic for some time, and fashion powerhouses like Balenciaga gave us a more literal interpretation of it in the digital presentation of their fall 2021 collection.
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.