The first issue of a new journal based at McGill University, SEACHANGE, was just made available electronically. Designed as a venue for creative, interdisciplinary scholarship,
its mission is to reconfigure inherited critical discourses in art, media, culture, and technology. Each individual issue is centred around a singular theoretical or affective event, formulated as an “intellectual moment” modeled on lived experience, where critical discourses react and readjust themselves.
Topics include Canadian-based Aboriginal new media art, the recent Tino Sehgal show at the Guggenheim, and interviews with Hans Haacke and art historian Amelia Jones.