WHAT WE DO

Through a series of interviews and quarterly exhibitions, we bring together the best creative minds across visual arts, film, performing arts and literature in a conversation about important social issues.

In order for us to delve a little deeper – we focus on one issue per quarter, subverting mainstream news reporting by exploring the multiplicity of personal stories that make up part of a larger whole.

ABOUT

Combating apathy, one artwork at a time.

Antidote is an online platform at the intersection of art and social change, that believes in the world-changing power of storytelling.

As the world hunkers down into its fearful silos of opposing opinions, the voices of our artists – as optimists, truthtellers, activists and revolutionaries – are needed more than ever.

THE TRACE

For the first exploration of the year, our focus is The Trace. See more about the exhibition and our 2018 program here and our shows from 2017 here.


Images: 1. Sarker Protick, “Of River and Lost Lands”, still from video projection with sound and original score, 2011 – 2016. 2. Ai Weiwei, “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry”, still photograph from film, 2012. 3. Nasim Nasr, “Forty Pages”, Digital Print, 100 X 80 cm, 2016.

ABOUT

Combating apathy, one artwork at a time.

Antidote is an online platform at the intersection of art and social change, that believes in the world-changing power of storytelling.

As the world hunkers down into its fearful silos of opposing opinions, the voices of our artists – as optimists, truthtellers, activists and revolutionaries – are needed more than ever.

WHAT WE DO

Through a series of interviews and quarterly exhibitions, we bring together the best creative minds across visual arts, film, performing arts and literature in a conversation about important social issues. In order for us to delve a little deeper – we focus on one issue per quarter, subverting mainstream news reporting by exploring the multiplicity of personal stories that make up part of a larger whole.

THE TRACE

For the first exploration of the year, our focus is The Trace. See more about the exhibition and our 2018 program here and our shows from 2017 here.

Images: 1. Sarker Protick, Of River and Lost Lands, Still from video projection with sound and original score, 2011 – 2016. 
2. Ai Weiwei, Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry, still from film, 2012. 3. Nasim Nasr, Forty Pages, Digital Print, 100 X 80 cm, 2016.