Yet, for all its sonic flourishes and upbeat tempos, Clerel’s music is deceptively melancholy; a closer listen reveals his lyrical tendency toward nostalgia and heartbreak. It makes sense, though, when we remember that an urgent affinity for American soul music was the catalyst for his art to begin with.
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Vancouver-based painter Joon Lee shares his process, the emotional connection between colour and form, and how he bridges authenticity and artistry.
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For Gu, art is not about perfecting expression through one medium, it’s about ideas.
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