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A PSYCHOSOCIOLOGICAL DIARY, 2019-2020

ink pen, pastel, pencil crayon

This series is a record of personal narratives and human interactions, most of which are seen through the lenses of mental illness and trauma. These small drawings (~ 9 x 6 cm per drawing) are windows into intimate spaces and their portable nature is a metaphor for the memories I carry, both public and private, beautiful and terrible, harmonious and chaotic, delicate and intense, and light and dark. The body is a site of tension between these dichotomies, and the exterior environment is transformed into a mindspace. 

THE DEPRESSINGLY SWEET, FLEETING, AND TEMPORARY NATURE OF RELATIONSHIPS

AN ODE TO DUNDEE'S SEAGULLS

COMFORT FOOD

FROM HEARTBREAK CITY TO QUARANTINE

NAIVE

PACIFIERS

SURVIVAL STORY

GUARDIAN ANGEL 

CAFFEINATED CONVERSATIONS & DANISH PASTRIES

OPENING

EVENING WINE IN THE STUDIO

8:29 AM

SAFEKEEPING

PRESSING YOUR WOUNDS TO MY WOUNDS

OASIS OF PEACE

THE TREE HOUSE

RESEARCH

A TORTURED MIND

GRASPING SPACE

MY FIRST DAY ON ANTIDEPRESSANTS

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