ARGON - IN THE MOMENT
How is it affecting us now?
COVID-19 is making us look, perhaps truly for the first time in our lives, at today. With so many of us physically and socially isolated from our ‘normal lives’ we are being forced to look away from the calendar and clock and towards a new now. This gallery looks at direct responses to COVID-19 – as a killer, and an isolator, catalyst, as a moment.
OXYGEN - REFLECTING ON THE SELF
What is this situation?
COVID-19 changing how we work. This gallery looks at the need to questioning everything; the world around us, the future ahead of us and the metaphorical blank canvas in front of us. It’s inevitably a time for reflection - for considering what might change, and how that change be addressed on the canvas.
NITROGEN - HOPEFUL FOR CHANGE
What can we do better?
After COVID-19 things will be different. How different is uncertain, but this gallery considers if in time we may be better for it. Perhaps it’s a chance to do what we do better, to avoid mistakes of the past, or just to be better people. If this enforced change can also be an opportunity, then we should embrace it and take out of it what good we can find.
CARBON DIOXIDE - LOOKING FOR UNITY
What can we do together?
We humans are a social bunch, and given a chance we will gravitate together. COVID-19 is working against that desire – forcing us to not be social, not touch, not be together. But it doesn’t stop us connecting and engaging, and this gallery embraces the idea of finding a new unity in the separation.