REACTIVATION x NOTES FOR TOMORROW
What does inspiration and collaboration look like in a distanced setting?
What does the world look and feel like to creatives this long into the pandemic?
As part of the touring exhibition, Notes for Tomorrow, we're excited to launch a special iteration of our REACTIVATION Project to explore creation, inspiration and the changed world a few years into a pandemic.
What is REACTIVATION? This project brings together a group of multi-disciplinary Humber students to explore how disciplines can inspire creation in one another while working completely separated.
This version of REACTIVATION was a bit different than our previous iterations. This time we kicked things off with an open call for artwork to all Humber College students and alumni; we asked them to submit creative works that speak to the prompt "How life feels to me after living through a few years of a global pandemic". A selection of these works were chosen by a panel of Humber staff to be part of our REACTIVATION Virtual Gallery as part of Notes for Tomorrow. From there, each participating creative was paired with an artwork in the gallery and tasked with using it as inspiration in the creation of a new, original artwork. In the end, each creative will have two original artworks as part of our virtual gallery below!
Click the names below to visit each artists' page to view and learn more about the works!
Want to view the previous REACTIVATION cohorts? Check out the links below!