I am so proud to publish our fifth new TrueView Video today with highly talented mobile artist, Carol Schiraldi from Texas, United States . You may recall, our TrueView Video‘s are a unique glimpse into the life and times of mobile artists within our community. With each TrueView Video we pose one singular question and we ask the artist to record their answer to video. This time our question to Carol Schiraldi was “how has Covid-19 affected your mobile art?”. She has created a series of unique images desmonstrating the consequences of Covid-19 upon her and the community in which she lives, as well as creating an oral narration that is so inspiring to hear. You’ll love this. Please view the video for more.
It’s truly unifying to see and hear artists within our community share their thoughts with us, so I am exceedingly indebted to Carol Schiraldi today for providing us with this video, for our new theme entitled ‘How has Covid-19 affected your mobile art?’. Enjoy!
To view the other TrueView interviews we have published in this series, so far, from Catherine Caddigan, Sarah Bichachi, M. Cecilia Sào Thiago, Alon Goldsmith, please go here.
We previously asked Carol Schiraldi within our TrueView framework to explain, why she creates mobile photography and art, if you missed that, please go here.
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