A resource for anyone interested in the
significant transformations and contributions contemporary
Aboriginal art and art history are making within Canadian art
overall, and in contemporary art online.
ConunDrum is an online
magazine exploring Aboriginal art and engaging in a discourse of a
distinct Aboriginal aesthetic. ConunDrum provides an online resource
for a general audience of anyone interested in art, Aboriginal
artistic expression, cultural production and critical engagement.
The works presented by ConunDrum will be of
special interest and benefit to Aboriginal artists, art/art history
teachers/professors, students, gallery curators, arts writers and
other arts professionals. As well, it will be of direct interest to
Aboriginal artists as a source of information, a culturally
appropriate voice and advocate, and a meeting ground for other
ConunDrum contains critical writing on a wide range of
issues as well as exhibition reviews/essays, opinion, and fiction
and poetry by Aboriginal writers. Expanded and full colour visuals,
graphics as well as (but certainly not limited to) interactive
elements, flash video presentation, audio presentations, and artist
BLOGs (web logs) are also featured.
ConunDrum Online is a production of
and began as a quarterly print newsletter "CONUNDRUM: Art for the Seventh Generation"
edited by Samuel Cecil Alexander, Steve Loft, and Melissa
Contact ConunDrum Online
Editor-in-Chief: Steve Loft
and Jennifer Krouse