We are launching a post-COVID iteration of the exhibition at the McMaster Museum of Art in September 2021.
An evidence-based exhibition about the constructive role that art can play in public discourse around life-saving vaccines.
Featuring collaborative art and research projects by Jesper Alvær, Sean Caulfield, Timothy Caulfield, Patrick Fafard, Caitlin Fisher, Steven J. Hoffman, Johan Holst, Annemarie Hou, Alison Humphrey, Rachelle Viader Knowles, Kaisu Koski, Vicki S. Kwon, Patrick Mahon, Lathika Sritharan, and Mkrtich Tonoyan. Curated by Natalie Loveless.
<Immune Nations> was funded with support from the Research Council of Norway and the Social Sciences & Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Stay tuned for details on public programming addressing vaccination in an age of COVID, as well as artist and curator talks!
Kaisu Koski, Injection Simulator (2015).
<Immune Nations> Research-Creation
at the Intersection of Vaccine Science
and Global Health Policy
August 31, 2020
Guest Editor: Natalie Loveless
Editor-in-Chief: Markus Reisenleitner
Managing Editor: Brent Ryan Bellamy
English Substantive and Copy Editor: Lee Campbell
French Translator and Editor: Dominique Laurent