Peripheral Review 2022
Founded in 2016, Peripheral Review is an independent platform for documenting and expanding the emerging and under-represented Canadian art scene, as well as enabling access for emerging writers by encouraging accessible critical dialogue.
The 2022 annual print publication is a collection of published essays, reviews, interviews and experimental responses which were published on their website in 2021 and 2022.
- Reviews by Ella Adkins, Adam Barbu, sophia bartholomew, Madeline Bogoch, William Brereton, Francesca Carella Arfinengo, Elora Crawford, Tyler Cunningham, Alex Gregory, Chris Hampton, Maria Kanellopoulos, Kate Kolberg, Yam Lao, Lauren Lavery, Courtney Miller, Kalina Nedelcheva, Kim Neudorf, Danica Pinteric, Angie Rico, Cason Sharpe, Dana Snow, Alex Turgeon, Ricky Varghese, and Stephanie Wu
- Interviews with Amanda Boulos and Jasmine Reimer, and Daniel Griffin Hunt, Rebecca Travis and Sean Weisgerber
- Feature essay by Erika Verhagen
- Artist Features by Yan Wen Chang, Caitlin Lapeña and Cole Pauls
Vancouver, B.C.; 190mm x 203mm; 180 pages