KAPSULA Magazine and SAVAC present a collaborative special issue of Kapsula that explores the notion of “spaceless place”—an identity unbound to fixed geographical location.

Featuring texts by:
Marina Fathalla
Nadia Kurd
Kohila Kurunathan
Sandy Saad
Rajee Paña Jeji Shergill

SAVAC has worked without a gallery space throughout its 22 years of operation, opting instead to work in collaboration with other artist-run centres, museums, organizations, etc. to host its programming. Taking into consideration SAVAC’s signature “spaceless” model and its dedication to supporting South Asian artists, writers in this issue engage with SAVAC’s archives to reflect on the theme in connection with past programming. The texts and artworks in this issue explore the significance of location and belonging to South Asian and diasporic artists in Canada and abroad.

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More about KAPSULA Magazine:
KAPSULA is a network-driven publication dedicated to engaged, evaluative art writing. Entirely digital, the publication explores formats exclusive to web-based documents and aims to advance online art publishing through experimentation and collaboration.

This special release of SPACELESS PLACE is the first issue published under KAPSULA’s new publishing model. After three years of monthly publishing, the magazine has transitioned to a less-frequent publishing model composed of partnerships and special projects. Special issues of KAPSULA have been created in collaboration with OCAD University’s Contemporary Art, Design and New Media Art Histories (CADN) Masters of Arts program, University of Waterloo Art Gallery, Art History Graduate Student Association of York University, and Gallery 44 Centre for Contemporary Photography.