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Triple Canopy is a magazine that publishes digital works of art and literature, books, and software, among other media and experiences.
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“Why is there no space for belief within health care?,” asks Carolyn Lazard () in their essay “The World Is Unknown,” now online as part of .
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Triple Canopy Apr 17
FRI., 4/26: Join us for Steffani Jemison's lecture at the South Shore Cultural Center, organized w/ . Jemison will reflect on the rich history of mime and, more generally, the role of mimicry in addressing audiences & intimates.
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Creative Capital Apr 16
Artists, writers, designers, and arts administrators are welcome to apply to 's free two-week program in the history and contemporary practice of publication. Deadline: April 28.
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Triple Canopy Apr 16
On 5/7, celebrates Hannah Frank's posthumous Frame by Frame: A Materialist Aesthetics of Animated Cartoons () w/ Bugs Bunny & Robert Breer. Organized & introduced by Hannah's brother Sam (); both are former TC editors.
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Triple Canopy Apr 15
Check out Steffani Jemison's essay in on "the stroke, the glyph, and the mark" (). And, if you're in Chicago, come to her 4/26 performance as part of our series with & .
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Triple Canopy Apr 14
Tonight at , TC contributor Johanna Hedva () performs a wake for her mother: "A keening. Animal droning. Hag blues" (). Attend and/or read "Letter to a Young Doctor," Hedva's essay for TC's issue ().
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Triple Canopy Apr 11
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Inspired by the event, we created a non-exhaustive series of questions. These questions are meant as provocations and not put forward with the implication that there are correct answers. Download the PDF here:
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Triple Canopy Apr 11
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Forty artists, administrators, critics, curators, and individuals living with and impacted by HIV/AIDS gathered to share their insights, frustrations, tactics, and experiences with making, seeing, and contemplating AIDS-related culture.
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Triple Canopy Apr 11
In order to think through the current landscape of HIV/AIDS-related culture, , on behalf of TC, and , of What Would an HIV Doula Do?, hosted a conversation, What Would an HIV-Informed Cultural Worker Do?
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Triple Canopy Apr 11
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Artists, curators, and cultural institutions have been put on notice by activists for white-washing the plague, being overly gay-centric, focusing too much on North American coastal metropoles, and ignoring the present by treating the crisis as if it is not ongoing.
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Triple Canopy Apr 11
In recent years, there has been a resurgence in the creation and dissemination of AIDS-related culture. However, there have been persistent problems with the conveyance of this history: gaps in the information that is shared and biases around who is remembered.
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Triple Canopy Apr 11
“Am I OK? Is there anyone around to see that I am OK?” asks Gregg Bordowitz in “Wake to Dread,” a series of poems and letters describing the “disconnect between what we receive as news and what the body knows.”
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Triple Canopy Apr 10
Opportune moment to revisit Mike Crane & Kareem Rabie's "Promissory Note": conversation on debt, resentment & opportunity in Palestine (as seen on TV). "If the occupation ends Palestine 'will become the hottest place to invest in the world.'”
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Triple Canopy Apr 6
Applications are open for our Publication Intensive, June 3–14! Artists, writers, technologists, designers, anyone curious about experiments in publication, APPLY BY APRIL 28. Program is *free*
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Triple Canopy Apr 2
Now online: “Wake to Dread,” a series of poems and letters by artist and writer Gregg Bordowitz, reflects on mortality, friendship, and psychic survival, as part of , our issue on sickness, wellness, and collective care.
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Sean Lnnane Mar 30
Who is this bozo? "Triple Canopy" and has only a CORPORAL??? And what's that stoopid "oathkeeper" tab doing over his Ranger scroll, Ranger tab, SF tab & electric butterknife??? Yah - I'm calling Bravo Sierra ... BIG TIME ...
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Triple Canopy Apr 1
In , TC ed. writes about Rachel Ingalls, lion worship, superficial liberation, fantasies of Africa. "Tea leads to sex, sex leads to illicit communication, and illicit communication ends in death."
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Triple Canopy Mar 28
Tonight, at 6:45PM, we’re showing Spike Lee’s “Bamboozled.” It’s the last night of On Resentment, a series of films on identity and representation, violence and ownership, revolutions and dead ends, presented with !
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Ashley Clark Mar 27
"It's important to think of what Indigenous cinema can look like without the baggage of education." - Sky Hopinka on thinking about audiences. Penultimate night of "On Resentment" , our collaboration with . It's been a blast.
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Triple Canopy Mar 27
Join us tonight at for an Evening with Sky Hopinka. Hopinka is a vital voice in contemporary Native American filmmaking, and will be in conversation with TC's Matthew Shen Goodman following the screening and reading.
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