I have been working on a color series for the past 5-6 years, questioning all along what it actually is all about? While working on it during our current crises, I am beginning to realize it’s isolation that I’ve been addressing? This work has taken on new meaning and seems to also lean into the polarization, ignorance and insensitivity that many communities are addressing. I am surprised myself that these images seem to have suddenly become so relevant. I did not intend for these pictures to become a stark reminder of this dark moment in time, but perhaps it is...
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