If an artist were to decide that her unconscious mind and feeling states should direct her work, does she then decide that the artistic success of the piece she has created, or her whole body of work for that matter, depends on how much of her deep self is revealed or in turn how easily that work is understood by those who view it?
Widely exhibited an internationally lauded for his film poem series, Trains of Winnipeg; writer and moving image artist Clive Holden lives in Riverdale with wife and Giller Prize nominee, Alissa York. Currently Holden is in production on his comprehensive new project Utopia Suite, segments of which were launched at […]
Skulu Mari, a Roma woman from Hungary, has taken her collective and personal history in hand and is creating unique works of art to make people aware of the Roma and their struggles. Born in Budapest, she arrived in Toronto seven years ago. Two years ago, after connecting with Lynn Hutchinson, a member of the Roma Community Centre, Mari participated in Lynn’s workshop for Roma through Red Tree Artists’ Collective and the Roma Community Centre, a not-for-profit community-based organization that serves the interests of Canadian and newly arrived Roma. The workshops were housed at CultureLink in Parkdale.