'First, colonialism, orientalism and racism (what Andrea Smith calls the ‘three pillars’ of White Supremacy) were all collapsed into a terrorist threat – Indigenous bodies, Arab bodies, brown bodies – it doesn’t seem to matter. They’re all a threat and carry the possibility of terror in white, ‘civil’ spaces, such as Canada imagines itself to be. Terror is always outside of order, elsewhere. These categories are collapsible, the differences are erased, and one 'other' can substitute for an-'other' in the White imagination. What matters, in this case, is not the differences, but what is similar: racialized, colonized, orientalized bodies embody terror to Whiteness.'

LG Presents World’s First Curved 21:9 UltraWide Monitor.

Sponsoring Supersonic this week is LG, and I’m proud to present their incredible 34-Inch, 21:9 UltraWide Monitor, a world’s first.

The first thing you’ll notice about this monitor (other than its size) is its beautifully curved surface. This allows illustrators, designers, photographers and artists of all kinds to really become immersed in their subject matter and work, allowing an incredibly natural viewing experience which is aided by the impressive 3440 x 1440 QHD resolution.

Check out the video below for more information as well as seeing what it’s like to work with one.

You can read all about LG’s exciting new 34-Inch, 21:9 UltraWide Monitor on LG’s website.

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