From tranquility to disrupted plans, and making figures in the snow to experiencing these second-hand, you share some of your snow experiences from this Sunday.
Alice Attlee is deeply interested in the healing power of landscape upon the mind, and the ways in which particular places and objects carry and create memory traces. In this piece, she explores how found objects effect and represent memory and emotion.
Gabrielle Zemsky explains how she has found it beneficial to view her unhealthy thought processes as non-linear diagrams.
Madeleine Wakeman writes a piece on escaping the 'confinement' of the college walls through her thoughts.
Photographer Kate Kinley shares her photo, along with a creative writing piece about what crows mean to her.
Micha catches up with the artist.
Sketches about falling, and not being able to stop it.
What happens when you're struggling, but don't 'look' like it?
When I experience my trauma, it doesn’t take the form of a novel or a screenplay or a police statement. It’s everywhere. Staticky. Pervasive.