Vague Terrain issue #01
The inaugural issue of Vague Terrain is now online and features work from a diverse range of artists from various disciplines exploring the pervasive phenomena of “digital detritus.” [click here] to view the first issue of the journal.
Vague Terrain is a new quarterly web-journal showcasing work from various Canadian and International artists, musicians, and writers. Our intent is to stake a unique claim which will sample the focus and methodologies of academic and art journals while commissioning parallel excursions in the sonic realm. Content will consist of a mixture of visual art, audio, and text curated by Neil-Wiernik and Greg Smith. On occasion guest curators will be invited to select content for vague terrain.
This notice serves as a statement of intent. We plan on carving out a unique niche for ourselves not only on the net, but through a series of upcoming Toronto based, immersive electronic music showcases which will feature a blend of aural and visual work in a live environment. We hope to provide a platform through which established and emerging artists can promote their work online, and stimulating event-spaces where mediums and disciplines intersect.