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Peripheral Review 2019 Publication
Edited by Lauren Lavery & Peripheral Review Editorial Committee. 7″x9″ soft-touch cover. The 2019 issue publication is a collection of published articles and reviews published on our website in 2019 and early 2020. Featuring writing by Chris Andrews, Margaryta Golovchenko, Juilee Raje, Ricky Varghese, Graham Wiebe, Rosemary Flutur, Rebecca Casalino, Maryse Arseneault, Hailey Mah, Lucas Regazzi, Jessica Baldanza, Jasmine Reimer, Chelsea Rozansky, David Court & Shannon Garden-Smith, Kate Lahey, Parker Kay, Kate Kolberg, Zoe Koke, Zach Pearl, and Brennan Kelly. With print-only artist spreads by Christina Battle, Elizabeth Milton and Walter Scott, and a writing feature by Hannah Godfrey.
2020 Artist Edition – Zinnia Naqvi
“But Then I Was Lonely, But Then I Was More Productive”, 2020 by Zinnia Naqvi. Screen-printed cotton tote bags, 12 x 12″ This piece is from the ongoing project I Just Have A Lot of Feelings, a series of text and multimedia works dealing with everyday interactions with racism, misogyny, labour precarities and other difficulties faced within the art world. They use humour, sarcasm or irony to distill sentiments from specific circumstances and relay them in a way that is relatable to a broader community of arts workers. The structure or design of each piece has been framed around a particular web icon that pertains to the statement. This is done to draw reference to the internet as the way in which many people share uncomfortable experiences that occur in their everyday lives; through the use of social media. The texts themselves are personal accounts of “microaggressions” that often point to larger structural issues. Each piece is an individual reflection on a moment or sentiment that might be considered small but alludes to larger challenges in the experiences specifically of female-identified artist of colour.
Tote Bag – Blue
100% cotton tote bag with silkscreened logo in royal blue. Shipping is included in the price.
Tote Bag – Black
100% cotton tote bag with silkscreened logo in black/silver. Shipping is included in the price.
Peripheral Review 2018 Publication
Published by TLAC Toronto (2019) Edited by Lauren Lavery & Peripheral Review Editorial Committee ISBN: 978-1-9992549-0-2 9″x14″ soft-touch cover The 2018 issue publication is a collection of published articles and reviews published on our website in 2018 and early 2019. Featuring writing by Ella Adkins, Chris Andrews, Shauna Jean Doherty, Christine Du Vuono, Gillian Haigh, Karina Iskandarsjah, Luther Konadu, Lauren Lavery, Jenine Marsh, and John Nyman. With print-only artist spreads by Julian Hou, Gabrielle L’Hirondelle Hill and Shellie Zhang, and an interview between Lauren Lavery and Luther Konadu.
Peripheral Review 2017 Publication
Published by PS Guelph (2018) Edited by Lauren Lavery & Peripheral Review Editorial Committee ISBN: 978-1-989157-01-5 8.5″x11″ softcover The latest 2017 issue publication is a collection of published articles and reviews from our website in 2017 and early 2018. Writing by Brit Bachmann, Pamela Dungao, Tori Maas, John Nyman, Evan Pavka, Tiffany Schofield, Olivia Wallace and Andrew Witt. With print-only artist feature spreads by Jade Nasogaluak Carpenter, Lucien Durey and Paul Kajander.
Peripheral Review 2016 Publication
The print publication is an accumulation of the published works on the website in 2016, along with a new print-only interview with artist Patrick Cruz. Also included in the issue are images of artworks produced that year that do not accompany reviews, by artists Jasmine Reimer and Danielle Cole. Writers: Ella Adkins, Daniel Colussi, Kristina Fiedrich, Sara Korzec, Adriana Lademann, Lauren Lavery, Nathan Marsh, Genevieve Michaels, Tori Maas and Glenn Vanderkloet. 63 pages, full-colour, hand bound at Publication Studio Guelph. Shipping included.