How are these identities shaped by the different groups I’m part of?
“Artists Anonymous: Creative Self-Help” is a group art exhibition which seeks to explore identity, both on an individual level, as well as within a community.
The title is based on that of support groups, such as Alcoholics Anonymous, meant for people seeking support with specific adversities in their life, such as grief, illness or addiction. In the context of being an artist, these struggles are about overcoming inner barriers, creative blocks, and the fears of exhibiting one’s truth through art.
In addition to this, the group also explores the workings of a creative community open to an everyday audience in getting them to explore, express and connect through art.