MARY ANNE BARKHOUSE & FASTWÜRMS

In her Koffler Gallery exhibition, Le rêve aux loups, Mary Anne Barkhouse invokes the animal inhabitants of the land in artworks that reveal the transitory nature of empire, highlighting both the endurance and betrayals that delineate history north of the 49th parallel. Joining her in an insightful conversation, artists FASTWÜRMS and curator Jennifer Rudder discuss practices that foreground the relationship of the human and animal realm with the environment, examining the role that art can play in ecological as well as political awareness.

K+Blog: Jahmal Nugent

On February 16th I was given an opportunity to work alongside Koffler Gallery and assist Moroccan, Montreal based artist 2Fik to create an artwork onsite during An Honest Farewell, a four day city festival at Honest Ed’s. The concept of 2Fik’s project was to reimagine and recreate Benjamin West’s neoclassical painting, The Death of General Wolfe, with 2Fik posing and …

Bad Jews: Eric Beck Rubin

Photo by Dahlia Katz Who gets to tell your story? Who has the rights to your memories? Thinking about these central questions in Joshua Harmon’s play, Bad Jews, brought me back to one of my first writing jobs: ghostwriting the memoirs of a Holocaust survivor. I was just shy of twenty-two when I got the call to meet a man …

2FIK & LORI BLONDEAU

Interdisciplinary artists 2Fik and Lori Blondeau sit down in Koffler Gallery for an exclusive, candid conversation on their artistic practices.

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