Jasmine Reimer

Jasmine Reimer is a Canadian writer and artist based in Berlin and Toronto. Working in non-fiction, fiction, poetry, sculpture, and drawing, her work uses symbolism, myth, and abstraction to investigate states of spiritual transcendence and bodily transformation. In addition to exhibiting internationally, she also writes art criticism, which can be found in Border Crossings Magazine, Peripheral Review, and most recently, Mousse. Following her self-published collection of poetry titled, “Small Obstructions”, Reimer is currently writing a book about the relationship between contemporary art and spiritual practices.


Issues Contributed:

2022 Print Publication

From the Archives:

Images of Mothers with Breasts: A Conversation between Amanda Boulos and Jasmine Reimer