Josephine Lee, Editor in Chief
Josephine studies visual art. Her research interests include installation, new media, sound, sculpture, and printed matter in relation to architectures of site, industrial production, decay, and identity.
KIEL TORRES, managing EDITOR
Kiel is pursuing a BA in Art History. Alongside her interests in art publications and guerrilla interventions, she enjoys making zines and dreaming of teeth.
MAIA BOAKYE, GRAPHIC DESIGNER
Maia is in the Faculty of Arts and enjoys photography, graphic design, poetry, and cookie dough. In her art, she is interested in the relationship between natural and human-made environments and how we interact with them.
Ella AdKins, EDITOR
Ella is pursuing her BA in Art History. Alongside her interest in surrealist art, she enjoys working with textiles, developing her practice in fashion design, and maintaining a plant-based diet. (Vegan Surrealism only please).
NATHAN CLARKE, EDITOR
Nathan is an all-around aspiring Dadasoph. He is an Art History major with an Anthropology minor specializing in Museum Studies. His research focuses on Dada, Fluxism, and Viennese Actionism (so far), and their varying attempts to form a revolutionary historical continuum through the utopic notion of "Kultur."
Grace Chang, EDITOR
Grace is currently attempting to pursue a BA in computer science and visual arts. When she is not immersed in the puzzles of digital art, she enjoys live theatre, slam poetry, and films with good lighting.
Mary Buckland, Editor
Mary in her fourth year, double majoring in Art History and Visual Arts, and is interested in post-war modern art, and the practice of printmaking. She enjoys working with her hands, talking about the north (NWT, baby), and biking.
MARCO FRATARCANGELI, EDITOR
Marco is in his third year, pursuing a double major in art history and film studies. He is interested in research about the construction of identity through visual culture. He loves film, food, museums, and discussion.
Mitra Kazemi, EDITOR
Mitra is pursuing a BA in Art History. Her research interests lie in revolutionary and political movements in art making, cultural resistance, and questions of geopolitics and ethnicity.
hailey mah, EDITOR
Hailey is a student in media studies with a side of computer science. Her passions include graphic narrative, 2000s nostalgia, podcasts, and coming-of-age tales of all sorts.
Alexandra Trim, EDITOR
Alexandra is pursuing a BA in Art History. Her research interest primarily involves postwar American culture. She enjoys reading Russian literature, and is an avid enthusiast of the No Wave movement, all things jazz, and of Nabokov.