ECONOMICS: EDITOR’S NOTE
Leslie Ken Chu
IT’S TIME TO DEAL WITH THE TRAUMA OF MONEY
YES IN MY BACKYARD: Guelph
Issue 4: Economics
Cover design by Amy Ash
New Feeling working groups for this issue:
Editorial: Alec Martin (reviews editor), Daniel G Wilson, Jesse Locke, Laura Stanley, Leslie Ken Chu (features editor), Tabassum Siddiqui, Tom Beedham
Community: Alec Martin, Daniel G Wilson, Erika Ibrahim, Jesse Locke, Katerina Stamadianos, Lenore Maier, Leslie Ken Chu, Michael Rancic (lead)
Care: Chaka V Grier, Leslie Ken Chu, Luke Ottenhof, Tabassum Siddiqui, Tom Beedham (lead)
Organization: Katerina Stamadianos (lead), Luke Ottenhof, Melissa Vincent, Michael Rancic
Budget: Lenore Maier (lead), Michael Rancic
Web: Laura Stanley (lead), Michael Rancic, Leslie Ken Chu
Amy Ash is an interdisciplinary artist engaged with collective care through processes of shared meaning-making. Her practice flows from curatorial projects and writing to teaching, socially engaged action, and hands-on making. Blurring the lines between disciplines, she traces connectivity through the intersections and overlaps between memory, learning, and wonder, to incite curiosity.
Amy has exhibited and curated programmes internationally, with projects commissioned by National Gallery London (UK), The NB International Sculpture Symposium (NB), Beaverbrook Art Gallery (NB), and Platform Centre for Photographic and Digital Arts (MB).
Of settler ancestry, she lives in Menahqesk/Menagoesg/Saint John, New Brunswick, with her wife Alex, along with their dog and cat.