Selfie Series #4

An online art show & digital salon event by curators Kay Slater and Louise Chow, hosted by The Papercut Arcade. December 28th, 2021.


Welcome to the show!

Ways to interact with us tonight.

7:00 PM PST on Discord: We’re hosting a live chat on discord with our artists, creators, and curators. Our tour video will be streamed at 7:00 PM and you can watch along with us there! Come join the conversation.

Click on the works below (bottom half of the page) to see the individual project pages.

Self-directed video tour of the works:
Our curator Louise Chow gives you a tour through the works of Louise Chow and Lisa Smedman. [Spoken English with subtitles in English]
Self-directed video tour of Kay Slater’s contributions:
Our curator Kay Slater gives you a tour through their selfie pieces. [Spoken English and with closed captioning in English]

Selfie Series summary and prompts

In our 4th annual Selfie Series, we opened up submissions to all of you to explore photography and self portraiture through the following prompts:

  • Traffic
  • Imitation
  • Ritual
  • Hauntology
  • Graphic
  • Honesty
  • Chew
  • Dark
  • Lost
  • Make Believe
  • Blue
  • Rain
  • The Perfect Day
  • Lens Flare
  • Plenty


Kay Slater

Lisa Smedman

Kataryzna Łukasiewicz

Kataryzna’s photo descriptions can be see on her project page. https://thepapercutarcade.ca/selfie-series-4-kataryzna-lukasiewicz/

Louise Chow


Interested in participating in a future event? We host open call events throughout the year. Check out our forthcoming events and mark your calendar!

Thanks for joining us.


Note: The Papercut Arcade defines artist as a person who practices any of the various creative arts, such as but not limited to a sculptor, cosplayer, game maker, photographer, puppeteer, painter, novelist, screenplay writer, fanfic writer, poet, or filmmaker. The keyword is practice; therefore, if you make art or produce work with the intent of participating in a The Papercut Arcade challenge or exhibition, you ARE an artist. This was a curated exhibition, and the artworks were screened for harmful (illegal/oppressive/appropriative) content.

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