Seachange is an international journal based at McGill University which welcomes contributions from a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds. Its mission is to reconfigure inherited critical discourses in art, media, culture, and technology. Each individual issue is centred around a singular theoretical or affective event, formulated as an "intellectual moment" modeled on lived experience, where critical discourses react and readjust themselves. Seachange is published electronically and presents discussions and statements of position occurring across national, disciplinary, and hierarchical boundaries. These are further enriched through a selection of interviews and brief translations or commentaries of noteworthy past and present publications.

Please direct all queries and contributions to:
caroline.bem@mail.mcgill.ca | rafico.ruiz@mail.mcgill.ca

Seachange est une revue internationale de l'Université McGill qui publie des articles provenant de nombreuses disciplines. La revue voudrait contribuer � une nouvelle configuration des discours critiques dans le domaine des arts, des m�dias, de la culture et des nouvelles technologies. Chaque num�ro se concentre sur un �v�nement d'origine th�orique ou affective. Cet �v�nement est entendu dans le sens de �moment intellectuel�, c'est-�-dire qu'� l'instar de ce qui se produit dans l'existence, des rencontres et des r�ajustements se produisent au niveau des discours critiques. Seachange para�t sous forme �lectronique. Chaque num�ro pr�sente des discussions et des prises de positions qui d�passent les fronti�res nationales, disciplinaires ou hi�rarchiques, ainsi qu'un choix d'entrevues et de br�ves traductions de textes anciens ou r�cents.

Veuillez adresser vos questions ou contributions:
caroline.bem@mail.mcgill.ca | rafico.ruiz@mail.mcgill.ca

EVENTS | ÉVÉNEMENTS

Capturing Practice(s) on Urk Island
Rafico Ruiz (McGill University)

Tweaker Projects
Jason Pine (SUNY Purchase)

Artist Residencies in the Caribbean: Recuperating the Teleoaffective Structure of Visual Arts Practice in the Anglophone Islands
Marsha Pearce (The University of the West Indies)

ENCOUNTERS | RENCONTRES

"Not a game, Not a game, Not a game": Outline of Some Theories of Practice
Cait McKinney (York University) and Dylan Mulvin (McGill University)

Yoga, Music, and Spiritual Practice: A Manifesto
Matthew Wiviott (#LiveYogaMusic)

On the Character of the Therapist
Heather White (Toronto Institute for Relational Psychotherapy)

The Work of Dancing: A Portrait of Kenji Matsuyama Ribeiro (Grands Ballets Canadiens de Montr�al)
Caroline Bem (McGill University)