Tatum Dooley is a freelance writer living in Toronto. Her work has appeared in Aperture Online, Canadian Art, the Globe & Mail, Real Life Magazine, and Quill & Quire.



Tatum Dooley is a cultural critic living in Toronto. Under the umbrella term “cultural critic” she writes essays and reviews about books, art, and film (but, never, ever, music). Currently, she is working on a book of essays, including one about Goya and Ana├»s Nin.

Tatum has a distinct interest in the way technology influences the way we interact with art. Her Master’s thesis, which she completed at Ryerson University, looked at the way people walk through art galleries and supermarkets, engaging with commodities in similar ways.


MA, Literatures of Modernity, Ryerson University, 2016.
BA, Arts and Contemporary Studies, Ryerson Univesity, 2015.


Virtual Reality Art
Canadian Literature
Contemporary Art
Valley of the Dolls
the Prado Museum