M.A.M.A. Issue 37: Clipping the Church and a Measure of Grace

Art by Tereza Buskova – ‘Clipping the Church’ In many cultures, even today, new mothers and their infants are subject to a period of physical seclusion or confinement from the rest of the world. During this time, the support of relatives and the local community plays a vital role in sustaining the family by caringContinue reading “M.A.M.A. Issue 37: Clipping the Church and a Measure of Grace”

M.A.M.A. Issue 36: with ProCreate Project and Csilla Klenyanszki

Csilla Klenyanszki was born in 1986 in Budapest, Hungary. She completed her BA Photography at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands in 2012. In 2014 she participated at SeMa Nanji Artist in Residency by the Seoul Museum of Art at Seoul, South Korea.  ​After becoming a mother in 2015, Csilla has foundedContinue reading “M.A.M.A. Issue 36: with ProCreate Project and Csilla Klenyanszki”

M.A.M.A. Issue 35: Mothers Pride with Natalie Ramus and Katie Manning

Natalie Ramus: Artist statement With my exploration of the materiality of the body, I attempt to connect with the innately performative body in view of it’s visceral, abject qualities. Through the re-presentation of bodily materials (such as hair or skin), that have universal familiarity through subjective experience, I am interested in how the gap between viewerContinue reading “M.A.M.A. Issue 35: Mothers Pride with Natalie Ramus and Katie Manning”

M.A.M.A. Issue 34: Charlotte Morrison: A personal account of a developing practice & Kristin Roedell

Years ago, some of my first serious art pieces were about the experiences of giving birth. I was intrigued by what happens when you merge a personal life event with the medical file that accompanied it. Red ink flowed onto thick paper while a crisp pen scribbled medical notes onto a bleached-out body. Those earlyContinue reading “M.A.M.A. Issue 34: Charlotte Morrison: A personal account of a developing practice & Kristin Roedell”