IT³
Micro Publishing & Binding,
Music, Artist Representation
&
The State of the Arts in Canada.

IT³ is an affiliate of Syphilitic Mermaids Magazine (RIP), former management of Freud's Bathhouse & Diner (2010-2011), and current host of Black Tea.


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November Update at Syphilitic Mermaids Magazine

As seen at syphmag.net:

November Update at Syphilitic Mermaids Magazine:

The Drunk

Readers: as you spread your sweater-clad arms and throw them around the nearest body or bottle; as the autumn sets in and turns your leaves and hopes to crimson red; as you struggle through harsh winds, city dust that stings your eyes, and endless [...]

The State of the Arts In Canada: Typewriters on Screens’ Interview with Nic Van Roon

The following interview was conducted by Joseph Stella, in Los Angeles, California, for ICMTTP’s zine Typewriters on Screens. This interview first appeared in print on October 8, 2008, and was first posted online at syphmag.net on October 17th, 2008.

It is re-posted here in its original form, with some additional notes on behalf of our editors, [...]

The State of the Arts In Canada: Present Ghosts of Freddy Ruppert: A Sighting of Former Ghosts

Interview with Californian band Former Ghosts (members of Xiu Xiu, Zola Jesus, and This Song is a Mess But So Am I) conducted before their (canceled) show on October 16, 2009 in Toronto, Canada.

Present Ghosts of Freddy Ruppert: A Sighting of Former Ghosts

IT³ met up with Freddy Ruppert and Jamie Stewart over hot chocolate [...]

The State of the Arts in Canada: Is Your Love Supernatural? and Interview with In My Bed Magazine

On Friday the 13th, In My Bed Magazine will team up with Gallery 1313 for Is Your Love Supernatural?, a live edition of the magazine’s seventh publication, and the gallery’s first fundraiser.

Rosanna Ciulla, In My Bed’s editor, sat down over tea with us in a Spadina coffee bar to talk about the upcoming show, [...]

The State of the Arts in Canada: Past Show – Liz Magor’s Storage Facilities

Photos from Liz Magor’s Storage Facilities, which ran from September 16 – October 25, 2009. The exhibition took place at the Doris McCarthy Gallery, located within the University of Toronto, Scarborough campus, to which 401 Richmond ran a charter school bus on September 29th.

The Winnipeg born, British Columbia based artist [...]