Staging Homoerotic Desire and Death in John Greyson’s Lilies

What happens when my desire precipitates the death of that which attracts my longing?  When my love obliterates another/an other — or, when I am obliterated because I love – how do I move on? How do the survivors deal with the fallout? In what worlds is reparation for such tragedies possible? Lilies,[1] adapted from… Continue reading Staging Homoerotic Desire and Death in John Greyson’s Lilies

Writing-feeling the past into the present, and vice-versa: Tal Sofia’s I Am So Afraid of Words

By Darian Razdar & Marisa Fulper Estrada Tal Sofia’s I Am So Afraid of Words, a multimedia exhibition including video montage, prints, zines, and photography, exhibited at the OCAD Ignite Gallery in Toronto’s Kensington Market from March 1st to 6th. Tal Sofia is a Isreali graphic designer, photographer, and writer who’s current work encompasses themes… Continue reading Writing-feeling the past into the present, and vice-versa: Tal Sofia’s I Am So Afraid of Words