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Le Chauffage (french for “The Heater”) is an artist-run publication based in Brussels. It is conceived as a cross-continental, community oriented platform. Bringing together the work and writing of artists / friends from different cities, Le Chauffage intends to spark discussions and fuel casual forms of critical discourse.

Editors: Emile Rubino and Felix Rapp
Co-Editor: Francesca Percival
Design: Francesca Percival and Felix Rapp

Issue one contributions by: Nathalie Du Pasquier, Talia Chetrit, Justine Kurland, Ragen Moss, Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes, Hana Miletić—KIAD & Open Kamensko, Evi Olde Rikkert, Lucas Blalock, Sven Dehens, Christiane Blattmann, Sarah Cale, Timmy van Zoelen, Lyndsay Pomerantz, Michael Lachman, Perri MacKenzie, Sharona Franklin, Kevin Gallagher, Jack Burton, Almog Cohen & Chloe Seibert, Sophie Varin, Nils Alix-Tabeling, Laura Stellaci & Lena-Lotte Agger,  Ami Sangha, Kasper Bosmans, Dustin Brons, Jean-Baptiste Bernadet, Aaron Peck, Margarita Maximova, Alison Yip, Antonia Kuo, Ula Sickle and Dorota Jurczak.

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Double Back, 2019
A curated curriculum for students who feel at odds with the program offered by the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp.
With contributions by: Alice Gorton, Amanda Crain, Ami Sangha, Daniel Garrod, Dylan Townley-Smith, Emile Rubino, Evi Olde Rikkert, Felix Rapp, Francesca Percival, Heide Hinrichs, Julia Dahee Hong, Justin Somjen, Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes, Nick Geboers, Pablo Pineda Ballester, Sharona Franklin, Steffanie Ling and Vijai Patchineelam.





Carry-On, 2018.
A curatorial project which brought together works by Vancouver artists who were asked to respond to the perimeters of a 23kg in-flight luggage allowance.
Part of a ten-day rotating curatorial project “Above & Below” at the Wintertuin in Antwerp, Belgium.



Carry-On, 2018.
A curatorial project which brought together works by Vancouver artists who were asked to respond to the perimeters of a 23kg in-flight luggage allowance.
Part of a ten-day rotating curatorial project “Above & Below” at the Wintertuin in Antwerp, Belgium.



Carry-On, 2018.
A curatorial project which brought together works by Vancouver artists who were asked to respond to the perimeters of a 23kg in-flight luggage allowance.
Part of a ten-day rotating curatorial project “Above & Below” at the Wintertuin in Antwerp, Belgium.



Carry-On, 2018.
A curatorial project which brought together works by Vancouver artists who were asked to respond to the perimeters of a 23kg in-flight luggage allowance.
Part of a ten-day rotating curatorial project “Above & Below” at the Wintertuin in Antwerp, Belgium.



Carry-On, 2018.
A curatorial project which brought together works by Vancouver artists who were asked to respond to the perimeters of a 23kg in-flight luggage allowance.
Part of a ten-day rotating curatorial project “Above & Below” at the Wintertuin in Antwerp, Belgium.



Carry-On, 2018.
A curatorial project which brought together works by Vancouver artists who were asked to respond to the perimeters of a 23kg in-flight luggage allowance.
Part of a ten-day rotating curatorial project “Above & Below” at the Wintertuin in Antwerp, Belgium.



Carry-On, 2018.
A curatorial project which brought together works by Vancouver artists who were asked to respond to the perimeters of a 23kg in-flight luggage allowance.
Part of a ten-day rotating curatorial project “Above & Below” at the Wintertuin in Antwerp, Belgium.




ISSUE 404, 2017.
ISSUE 404 magazine is a special edition installment of the original ISSUE Magazine, originally published from 1983 to 1985, subsequently revived between 2012-2014 by Brynn McNab, and again by Jamie Ward in late 2015, now existing as a rather intermittent “quarterly”. ISSUE 404 was initially intended as an extension of Patrik Andersson’s ‘AHIS 404: Art Now’ class at Emily Carr, and has since welcomed additional contributors. The 404 iteration of this magazine continues the project as an arts and culture magazine, reporting on the community through interviews, artworks, and written projects.
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ISSUE is published by the Unit/Pitt Society for Art and Critical Awareness at Publication Studio Vancouver. Online content and back issues are available to view at www.issuemagazine.ca.




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