Isolation Habitats features photography, video, digital collage, and painting produced during the pandemic by the Class of 2021.
I am in Training, Don’t Kiss Me
Self-portrait photography series exploring identity through the dichotomy of gender
and the body. Themes of masquerade and metamorphosis invite viewers to explore the ways in which we construct and perform different parts of the Self.
Emanation of the Apocalypse Dream
A diaristic photo-collage series exploring the convergence of mental interiors, architecture and our natural environment during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Absence and Presence: dwelling in the uncertainties and intricacies.
Green moss erects dry ponds,
Grey pools around my eyes and swims through my skin,
Just the same.
This painting explores the interconnection between absence and presence, lifelong chronic disease and the unique ways illness forces watching as a way of living. Distorted abstracted structures disseminate into the canvas suggesting the blurred impression of a glance.