I am so proud to publish our seventh new TrueView Video today with highly talented and award winning mobile artist, Meri Walker, also known on Instagram as @iphoneartgirl from Oregon, 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 Meri Walker was “how has Covid-19 affected your mobile art?”. Walker’s answer to this thought provking question goes beyond the pandemic in many ways. In Walker’s account, her TrueView interview serves as a critical hallmark of international mobile art in the 21st century. It invites viewers to probe the aesthetics of mobile art and to recalibrate their sense of time. Enjoy!
It’s truly unifying to see and hear artists within our community share their thoughts with us, so I am exceedingly indebted to Meri Walker 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, Carol Schiraldi, Sukru Mehmet Omur please go here.
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