A retracing of 2020 through personal anecdotes and hand-drawn QR codes – dispatches from the epicentre of the pandemic in the U.S.
In Oaxaca, Mexico Indigenous communities and workers in the informal economy struggle to survive the economic shutdown and find alternative means to support their families.
An exploration of locally sourced, plant-based, health care among Dominican women living in Puerto Rico.
Three ceremonies, three themes, past/present/futurity – an artist explores human interaction and cultural traditions in the context of anti-Asian sentiments exacerbated by the global pandemic.
A visual document of the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain told through experiences of frontline health care workers.
Six encounters at six social distances, told incrementally through prose and needle painting.
An animated instructional video to help children better understand the coronavirus pandemic.
Confined to a 9×10 foot bedroom in Ottawa, an artist creates reflects on the visible and invisible connectivity between the material and ephemeral.
A journalist offers insight on the COVID-19 response in Africa, while struggling to explain social distancing to her young daughter.
In the spring of 2020, as the Covid-19 pandemic swept across the planet, refugees and humanitarian aid workers raised alarms that if the virus spread to the camps it would wreak devastating consequences on one of the world’s most vulnerable populations.
Amidst a global pandemic, artists in Puerto Rico take to social media, creating spaces for collective recreation and a horizontal curatorial platform, with local cinema at its core.
Optimistic reflections on the potential of creative practice in counteracting cultural malaise at the onset of the global COVID-19 pandemic.