Today I’ll Try Again

Today I’ll Try Again

Artist: Christine Demore Artist Bio: Christine Demore grew up in Picton, Ontario. Christine works predominantly in the medium of digital photography using cell phone cameras. She is interested in the intimacy of cell phone “selfie” photography and aims to explore how we choose to expose ourselves in a culture dominated by social media. Christine uses ... Read More »

Bitch Lit

Bitch Lit

Artist: Christine Demore Artist Bio: Christine Demore grew up in Picton, Ontario. Christine works predominantly in the medium of digital photography using cell phone cameras. She is interested in the intimacy of cell phone “selfie” photography and aims to explore how we choose to expose ourselves in a culture dominated by social media. Christine uses ... Read More »

Neuroscience Webs by Teresa Fortin

Neuroscience Webs by Teresa Fortin

Co-winner of the Picasso (community members, post-docs, and principle investigators) category at the 2015 Brain & Mental Health Art Show. I was about to throw this piece broken piece of glass in the garbage when I noticed how it had broken into a beautiful web-like pattern. I thought it would make a good piece of ... Read More »

Visceral Gelicide by Sera Stopard

Visceral Gelicide by Sera Stopard

Winner of the van Gogh (high school students) category at the 2015 Brain & Mental Health Art Show. Ultimately, I was really uninspired thanks to the cold clutches of my own seasonal depression when I took this. There was no motivation in any inch of me to leave my bed, get off the floor, carry ... Read More »

Live, Listen, Dance by Teresa Fortin

Live, Listen, Dance by Teresa Fortin

One thing I have always loved about histology is the beauty of the end product. These cochlear neurons look like they are dancing to me which I find ironic since the cochlear nucleus is the first neural structure responsible for the processing of sound. Read More »

The Pill by Theshlen Naidoo

The Pill by Theshlen Naidoo

These pills will cure your ills and make you a happier person. You will eat better, sleep better, and smile when you pop ’em. Take 2-4 capsules daily, between meals. Repeat for a long, long time. Read More »

Anxiety – Desperation, 2015 by Nicholas Adam Wojtas

Anxiety – Desperation, 2015 by Nicholas Adam Wojtas

Anxiety is a series of photographs that investigates different feelings that I experience on a daily basis. This work is an exploration of self and a search for the sources of my anxiety. It shows that as humans, we are imperfect. Everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. With this body of work I encourage ... Read More »

Fractured Bipolar by Bruce Grinstead

Fractured Bipolar by Bruce Grinstead

Being Bipolar is to live a surreal life with the inability to achieve the sense of feeling normal – ever. Often, reality appears to be achievable, but it is met with a polarized wasteland, viewed thru a haze. Read More »

Self Compassion by Tasneem Salim

Self Compassion by Tasneem Salim

Raw, cold, and clammy, Sleepless nights and aching silence Rub your skin, pat your hair ‘People get through this they say’ Rub your skin, pat your hair Your warmth, your sympathy I am very much interested in photography and sometimes we can’t really explain what we’d like to convey through words. I’ve chosen photography. This ... Read More »

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