Flower Explosion by M-A Murphy

‘An abstract art piece made in the middle of lockdown, after a breakup; reaching for flowers and vibrancy to help get through the pandemic winter. It was made in winter 2020 and it is a photograph I took and then digitally illustrated.’ – M-A Murphy.

M-A Murphy

M-A Murphy is a second-generation Irish settler who completed her Master of Arts in 2020 in the Gender and Social Justice program at the University of Alberta in Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton) on traditional Cree, Blackfoot, Dene, Nakota Sioux, Saulteaux, and Métis Nation territory. Her interests include memory studies, gender justice, climate justice, settler responsibility, Indigenous-settler relations, transformative justice, mad studies, healing justice and intersectional feminist art as praxis, to name a few. She loves building community, organizing, making political art, writing poetry, being gentle and challenging dominant power structures.

Murphy’s social media links:

www.m-amurphy.com

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