Posted 23 Apr
As part of our online exhibition LIFE INTERRUPTED exploring well-being and connectedness, we’ve got a warm comic from Adelaide based creator and comic artist Georgina Rex.
We’d all be forgiven for feeling a little lost right now, but staying socially connected can help us navigate this emotional roller coaster. ‘I can’t do this’ explores the importance of community and connectedness, especially when you’re stuck at home.
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About the artist:
Georgina Chadderton (a.k.a. George Rex Comics) is an Adelaide-based creator and teacher of comics. Her short comics, which are mainly autobiographical, have been published and exhibited internationally, and her minicomic ‘Harry Potter and My Childhood Obsession’ was shortlisted for a Ledger Award (for excellence in Australian comics). She loves teaching kids how to make comics and ran workshops in schools, libraries and other organisations before COVID-19 got in the way. Other skills include eating pizza, playing roller derby and singing the hits of The Muppets. Gina got her partner to write this bio because she doesn’t like talking about herself.