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. 

only 5 mesdemoiselles in skimpy underwear are waiting for the train...
Britain is in lockdown, a social state represented by this photograph of a garage door. The simplicity of the message is in tune with the simplicity of the instruction to stay at home.
the satisfaction of a woman after giving birth to her baby in a time of pandemic there is always a light of hope, a new life a new color ...
Empy streets in Athens, Georgia - rainy Spring day during coronovirus lockdown.
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...
The photo was taken during the Covid19 pandemic.  A nurse looks at the horizon from a window with a look of hope.
Covid-Story·Vendredi 20 mars 2020· In these weird times of world changes and confinement my first reaction was to cry and ask the skies what am fucking gonna do now? The answer was as simple as...
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...
It's a simple key holder, right next to the entrance door of my flat and we start hanging there the masks where we usually hang the keys becouse you need them everytime you have to go out and I just...
in these times of difficulty, people are supporting people the only few ways we know how. a "thank you" banner is put up from residential homes in Madrid.
Crowds storm a supermarket in south London, reaching high for the shopping baskets with outstretched hands in desperation. 
'Lang leve de Koning' The building opposite my house is the so-called 'Party House'. This was April 27th, King's Day in the Netherlands.  People were celebrating together...
When the virus began to spread I became most concenred and anxious about my dad. He is in his sixties and has COPD, a lung disease which puts him at a serious risk. We have been staying indoors as a...
I am a photographer and filmmaker. During the crisis, all my jobs are postponed or cancelled. I'm left alone with my imaginary friends (goldfish). 
It was the day my boyfriend came back from a long holiday and found London way different then it was and me a little paranoid and sad. I took this photo from our garden when there was a window...

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