Tee Kundu: All the Time in the World
All the Time in the World
All the Time in the World is a collection of short stories that range from the practical to the absurd. Exploring our relationships to ourselves and the world, this artist-designed online zine takes the fantasies & concerns of a young 20-something to their logical conclusions. Featuring astral projection, skin-care, spiders, vacuum-cleaners & spring renewal. As with any dream, always a work-in-progress.
Tee Kundu is an interdisciplinary artist, illustrator & designer. They mostly draw things. In addition, they often work in social practice, performance, zines, facilitation, etc. They want to be a storyteller and they want to be helpful. A DIY dabbler, you can find them on Instagram @lukitstee or via their website tee-kundu-xnel.format.com.
This project was made possible by the RBC Future Launch Community Challenge, supported by RBC Foundation and Cambridge & North Dumfries Community Foundation.
For Artists in Waterloo Region and area
Tuesday, June 29, 7 pm on Zoom
Let’s get social! After over a year of isolation, we are ready to connect with friends old and new. Waterloo Region artists from all disciplines are invited to join us on Zoom for an informal evening of art talk. Whether you are just starting out with your practice, have been at it for eons, or consider yourself a hobbyist, we’d love to see what you are working on, have finished, what inspires you, or just enjoy the discussion… Want some feedback and support? Just ask!
Kitchener-based artist Tee Kundu begins the evening by sharing their zine All the Time in the World and other things in progress. We’ll have four additional short timeslots for artists to present, and plenty of time for open dialogue afterwards.
Cambridge Art Galleries | Idea Exchange
Queen’s Square Gallery
1 North Square, Cambridge, Ontario
435 King Street East, Cambridge, Ontario
Cambridge Art Galleries | Idea Exchange is situated on the traditional territories of Indigenous Peoples dating back countless generations. This land is part of the Haldimand Tract, the traditional land of the Six Nations of the Grand River and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.