At Ten Years Ago Gallery in Toronto, for Maya Fuhr’s solo show “Tec Style.”
Sarah MacDonald at CBC Arts wrote about my curatorial project @cdnartforecast, as well as the show I curated Summer 2019 at Dianna Witte Gallery. You can read more here.
I was interviewed by Fashion Magazine about my Instagram account @cdnartforecast and curatorial projects. You can read the interview here.
Artnet News picked my essay on Instagram museums, for the Walrus, as one of their top picks of the week.
Instagram Traps Are Making Us Sad – The selfie-friendly experience the Happy Place in Toronto is just one of many pop-up exhibitions jumping on the bandwagon launched by the Museum of Ice Cream in New York. (Boston, beware: #WeAreHappyPlace pops up there in April.) But one critic notes that the act of posing in the bright and wacky settings is actually not that enjoyable at all. “The only thing that matters is that they look good online,” writes Tatum Dooley. (Walrus)
“The label can be used if they cry at a seeming whim, have suicidal ideation, are jealous—or, sometimes, when they do nothing more than stand up for themselves.” On Heart Berries and what we mean when we call women crazy. | The Walrus