Rungh Magazine, Volume 9, No 2

Nothing Ever Happens Here, Sponge Gourd Collective – Daphne Xu, Beatrix Chu, and Diane Zhou.

NEW Rungh Magazine, Volume 9, No 2

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What is A Sankofic Love Letter? Read Ashley Marshall’s thoughts on this ground breaking Caribbean Diasporic exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO).

In this NEW issue, go deeper into what it means to represent “The Indigenous Experience” in Evelyn Pakinewatik’s review of the Cousins and Kin Program at DOXA. Bruce McIvor’s essay “Reconciliation as a Massive Failure” shines light on Canada’s big lie.

Halpate, Directed by Adam Khalil and Adam Piron.

Stay dry, if you can, while reading Aaditya Aggarwal’s review of SAVAC’s Monitor 14 program, “Mermaid, Pilgrim, Spectator”. S F Ho writes about water (and much more) in featuring the work of Christian Vistan in Rungh’s (virtual) Artist Run Centre (established since 1992).

David Garneau’s Column Dhaka Traffic ponders being disabled by design as an allegory, while Phinder Dulai reviews Tolu Oloruntoba’s new poetry collection, Each One a Furnace.

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