For issue 8, we asked artists to look for meaning: underlying, hidden, obvious, secret and everything in between. And, as always, they wowed us. The search for meaning is central to the work of so many artists and we think you’ll love the varied approaches to and interpretations of this quarter’s theme.
From the vibrant frescoes of Quin de la Mer to the uncomfortable perspective of Robert Sach’s lense to the humour that asks larger questions about the meaning of life of Suchoon Mo, the pieces this quarter represent a diverse group of artists searching for meaning through creation. We think the work will both make you question meaning and give you some answers. Some may make you uncomfortable, some make you laugh and some a little of both, and we think all of this will add a little meaning to your day.
Below, you’ll find a list of our included artists so you can explore this issue in any way that you choose. Alternatively, you can click the ‘Try this’ button at the bottom of each page to follow the path we’ve designed through the art. We recommend you start with Quin de la Mer’s Nocturne Stitches.
Lisa & Sinéad
Feminine Transcriptions – Olga Alexander
Bleeding into Being – Quin de la Mer
Nocturne Stiches – Quin de la Mer
Emily as Where the Blue Dips – Darren C. Demaree
Spill-O the Crepuscular – Colin Dodds
Appraisal of the Water Serpents – Dani Dymond
Scarlet Poppies – Dani Dymond
We Have Questions – Regina Ernst
After the International Astronomical Union, 2006 – Samantha Fain
I Cry at Movies Now – Samantha Fain
At Lutheran Summer Camp – Lily Forrest
Blueberries – Lois Marie Harrod
Committing Poems – Lois Marie Harrod
All Dogs Are Created Equal – Suchoon Mo
Shrink – Nina Belen Robins
Recycle – Robert Sachs
The Reckoning – Danielle Paige Williams