WENDY is an ongoing comic book adventure about a young woman living in an urban centre, whose dreams of contemporary art stardom are perpetually derailed by the temptations of punk music, drugs, alcohol, parties, and boys.
In this episode of The Scene Report, Wendy seeks a complete spiritual and physical re-alignment! But is she too transparent? Oh no, what if her main spiritual misalignment is that she’s basic?
In this installment of the Scene Report with Wendy, aptly titled “The Slacker Episode”, our hero embarks on a new mode of creative production, which is NONE AT ALL! Or is it? Is there, after all, a type of agonism; a call to action for others - when you are so hungover that you can’t even pay your bus fare? Has Wendy even seen Slacker? Also why is she wearing that hat now.
In this episode of The Scene Report with Wendy, our protagonist lies in bed, paralyzed with nameless dread. Conversely, Winona is pumping iron at the gym, but is she really doing much better? Can you ever actually beat Candy Crush? no.
In this episode of The Scene Report with Wendy, our hero takes some time for reflection. What does Respite look like for urban conceptual people. Who is keeping score at badminton. And is the lake warm enough to swim.
In this month’s issue of Modern Painters, there’s a little Wendy spin-off. We get to witness Wendy’s main collaborator, Winona, as she attempts to get some work done back at her parents house on the rez. They say You Can Never Go Home Again, unless of course, you’re Winona, in which case, you find yourself at home at least once or twice a month.
In this installment of The Scene Report with Wendy, our hero is torn between the trappings of critical discourse, and the chance for a Fun, Flirty, Good Time! Between the political and the personal, is there space in our cultural milieu to just Let Down Your Hair?
IN THIS EPISODE, our hero seeks out her place as a cultural worker - and a relevant person. In a new city, in this new economy, what is the value of her cultural currency? Does the 90’s have value as a lived experience anymore or does only the artifice remain? Literal job interview questions, in Wendy’s crazy wurld ;)
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, The Montreal Scene with Wendy has packed her bags and relocated to VANCOUVER. And so - here is the newest installment in this sudden turn of events. Who said life was predictable? Not Wendy!