Date Published: March 27, 2020
Source: The New York Times
In a touching and cheeky collection, various artists comment on the isolation, the camaraderie and the absurdity of these tumultuous times. A comic explores the unexpected connections to neighbours and reconnections to forgotten friends we seek during isolation. A “visualization exercise” recommends envisioning ourselves in a Utopian society, an ignorant mind or the belly of a whale. Whether it be a new emoji mask product design or the fundamental need for physical touch, these stories bring in diverse and unique perspectives that resonate with our collective experience.
See the full collection here: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/03/25/opinion/coronavirus-art.html
Summary by: Grace Xu