Peter Honeywell has a dream: Take a vacant lot of downtown city land, add some shipping containers and a dose of architectural ingenuity, and presto! you have an inexpensive, practical, and portable multi-purpose arts complex. What’s missing? The city's rubber stamp.
By Nichole McGill
Part art, part craft, part postmodern protest against mass production, Adrienne Gibb’s handmade plush toys are squeezable, loveable, huggable and stuffed with irony.
By Tony Martins
To reconcile cultures, traditions and models of expression, spoken word poet Anthony Bansfield draws inspiration from African griot oral history: “It connects to my ancestry and expresses everyday reality in a non-western tradition.”
By Harry Gallon