This year's annual publication by Light Work, Contact Sheet, features the work of artist-in-residence Maija Tammi, together with my essay on her work. It covers a dead rabbit, living cancer cells, and immortal creatures.
“Do you want to go to World Press Photo and feel bad about everything?” TheWorld Press Photo exhibit, featuring the greatest hits of misery, is no exception to the rule that no news is good news. (Riding the Dragon, 2018)
Introducing a new online resource, Useful. It's a collection of activity sheets to get you thinking about your purpose and value outside of traditional ideas of work. And best of all, it's free, so everyone has access, regardless of their financial situation.
"Maybe the ‘love’ metaphor is an interesting one; we shouldn’t fall in love with the future, it’s too dangerous. We need to keep a distance, have a mature relationship." —Andrew Keen (John Adams Institute)
Creativity as a Career: The Field Guide for Artists is now available. I'm so proud to have edited this important project, which is designed to help support art students and artists-to-be in developing their skills as creative entrepreneurs.
"To become better equipped for a world of risk and uncertainty is not to neutralize or learn to enjoy failure, but to learn how to cope with it afterward." —Katherine Oktober Matthews (Riding the Dragon, 2018)