In 2021, three classes of students worked with prescient urgency to make sense of their evolving present and shifting futures. The analytical questions they asked about their own lived conditions and consequences are answered with a resounding physicality, made visible and vibrant through video, sculpture, photography, drawing, painting, and installation.
We are struck by the inventive forms that these artworks have taken, and the impact that has been achieved. They are instilled with rigour and relevance, and provide thoughtful commentary on personal and public narratives.
While Concordia Gallery is closed during lockdown, you can explore the exhibition in-situ through a virtual, 3D environment.
Image 1: Gabriel Jarman, Still and Alone, 2021