Quarantine Archive is a new series showcasing quarantine art and creativity from around the world. These are the home movies, paintings, poems etc submitted from bedrooms.
I’ve noticed my work has become brighter and more whimsical as the world has become darker and more dystopian …
Digital artworks that reflect on our current crisis as we face a new reality.
Kafka’s reincarnated as a wasp and he’s playing squash against my window pane; a car horn keeps beeping […]
Jason Dunne’s photo-series explores monstrosity, captivity and the pain of anonymity.
Polish photographer Bolek Wanat’s disorienting photo-series draws our attention to the unseen and imperfect structures that surround us.
His works explore identity, situating auto-biographical narratives, within collective histories. Blending both personal and found source material together, he attempts to complicate where the personal begins, and the collective ends …
If Wendy is not dead already, she has accepted her looming death with a sad kind of nobility. This scene never occurs in the original novel. By situating a drowning inside a beloved and well-known children’s tale, Paula Rego reminds the viewer of an uncomfortable truth: childhood is not a landscape free from exploitation or violence. Rego’s Peter Pan illustrations are an exploration of the danger of childhood …
Paris-based artist Sandra Paris shares the surrealist collages that pulled her out of a major creative rut: “I love collage, to cut, paste, cut, paste…. it brings me back to my childhood. I love to associate and connect things that would never go together to create a dreamlike and poetic atmosphere in my collages.”
The lights are off. The class stands together against the corner of the room closest to the door. One student wonders whether black paper would really fool a shooter …
A look inside Parisian painter Sandra Paris’ notebook of food sketches and observations.
TV Dinner is a modern symbol/icon of the often oppressive constraints of gender roles and life as a housewife in the 1950s.
Depression is not a pre-requisite for creativity. If anything, it stunts it.
A romp through the playground that encompasses sexuality and the viewer’s gaze…
He grew up in a place that never seemed to change. A languid landscape of wood fences, stop signs and abandoned street-hockey sticks. Milton, Ontario has been steadily expanding for years, chewing into the forests and farmland that surround it …
and so: what is this
to you, this
of lines, why do i write
and why do you read it?