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“For the memory to remain accessible, my younger self had to remember those concepts in the same language-based way that my adult self remembers information. I formed earlier memories using more rudimentary, pre-verbal means, and that made those memories unreachable as the acquisition of language reshaped how my mind works, as it does for everyone.” 8 more words
At the Longueuil métro station last Friday at about 5 p.m., commuters trying to make their way to Montreal for various activities taking place — including me, my husband and a friend on the way to a show at the Jazz fest — were greeted by long lineups and crowds at the ticket booths. 91 more words
This is a rather delayed post on our (very) long weekend at Glastonbury. It’s taken me this long to get back to normal!
Five days camping out at my favourite music festival is one of the most simultaneous exhilarating and exhausting holiday experiences ever. 400 more words
You’d be forgiven for describing David Altmejd’s art as frightening.
“The work is full of contrast,” says Josée Bélisle, co-curator of Flux, the retrospective of Altmejd’s work on now at the Musée d’art contemporain Montreal. 456 more words