Artist Statement:

Hailey Mullock creates analog collages, books, and zines. Her work is inspired by ideas of memory, history, and home and how these connect individuals together.

Through her artwork she explores complex feelings of nostalgia for home; for the deep yearning for the feeling of home. Home can be a real, concrete place but also experienced or rituals that elicit a particular home feeling. Home can be a mixture of feelings such as comfort, safety, guilt, or duty.

She works to create the tension and complex emotional relationships we have with the places and people we live with. Through surrealism and using found/discarded materials, she pulls out different aspects of the feeling of home without it needing to be a ‘real’ place.

She currently lives in Toronto, Ontario.

Instagram: @commonplacecrafts




2019, Master of Information in collaboration with Book History and Print Culture, University of Toronto


  • Canadian Collage Collective
  • Paperhouse Studio


  • 2022 June, Group Show, “Perceived Value Show 3,” Net Plaza, Toronto ON
  • 2022 May 14–31, Group Exhibition, “Todo y Nada” (“Everything and Nothing)”, Vayo Collage Gallery, Rochester NY
  • 2018, Group Exhibition, “De/constructing: Artists’ Books 2018”, Robarts Library, Toronto ON


  • “Three Moons” Contrarium Magazine. Issue III: Dream // Nightmare // Reality. Winter 2022. pp 46
  • “Outside In” Homecoming Zine. Issue 1. Winter 2021. 
  • “Tony” Drawn Poorly Zine. Issue 6, Spring 2020. pp 2
  • Unknown nude -isms zine. Issue 2, January 2017. pp 4
  • “Kettle” In Medias Res Student Literary Magazine. Spring Issue 2016. pp 10