Tasmin Duggan

I had seen on social media about putting a rainbow in your window so that passerby's would see it and it would brighten their day as rainbows symbolise hope but as i was creating this installation, i was inside, isolated, so this has become a piece depicting the duality of the current global pandemic, looking for that rainbow from the inside. 

I am sending this editorial from NYC, at the verge of its shutdown due to COVID 19. People I know and myself have been in self-quarantine for a month now. I never wanted my editorials to have a...
Small diary of an unexpected quarantine. Not being able to leave my house, I decided to tell the apartment building where I live. Neighbors with whom I used to exchange the simple "good morning" or...
It was decided last Friday, the 21st of March 2020, that venues in London, U.K should temporarily close. By early afternoon, emerging scientific evidence suggested that it needed to be a...
In the times of self-isolation and not being able to go outside I found my way out within myself through the creativity and visual expressions of the mental health of being locked in physically but...
While my partner and I were out for the last time before the lockdown, I also found this shot of a bus driver with nothing to do and no one to transport so he was just waiting around. The Coronavirus...
It’s a good time, to take some time and think about the time… Night time Morning time Daytime Evening time Any time I lost track of time But now more than ever I have time to...
Make adjustments as you go through life.  This couple caught me eye, inspite of these sad times, they continue getting out, talking to one another.  They have taken precautions yet still...
On the 21st March my partner and  I spent the last day before lockdown together walking around London and Trafalgar Square. I had never seen trafalgar square look so empty, so I had to take a...
With shops closed and people working from home, downtown Gastonia is its own kind of isolation.
The commercial realism of Oxford Street in London now contrasts sharply with the imagery of the people on the street. The crisis has deeply affected the images of human beings we see in public, and...
During early days of forced quarantine in Central Italy we could still go out for a walk close by our home, get children out for some fresh air and grab a tiny sense of the incoming Springtime. This...
right now is a great time for some window shopping... Berlin  
Triage This is a time when hospitals have to decide who to treat first and who to keep waiting. This picture depicts a man laying in a pool of blood (represented by the red blanket), waiting...
Try to get inspired with everything you have home and try to tell something with them,something about your feelings. A representation of an inner state of consciousness.
only 5 mesdemoiselles in skimpy underwear are waiting for the train...

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