Esse is a bilingual arts magazine based in Canada, written in both French and English. The magazine focuses on disciplinary and interdisciplinary practices and all forms of socially inclined, site-specific or performative intervention. It particuarly favours analysis that address artworks within their contexts.
This issue: The relationships between sports and contemporary art can be articulated in many forms. How do artists capture the stakes and undertones of sports while shedding light on what is often portrayed as an apolitical arena? Authors in this issue reflect expansively on sports as an aesthetic, political, cultural, and social phenomenon intimately linked to the visual and performing arts.