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my quarantine

My Quarantine records my personal “new normal,” as I have documented all of these photos with my iPhone to spontaneously capture moments as they occur. While I usually try to depict the poetry of little moments, with this series, I have primarily leaned into the awkward, yet heavy reality of the now. By formatting the work to be monochromatic, I assert my current situation within history by referencing historic processes, and I reiterate a connection between the public and the private shared experiences of a certain time period. This growing body of work has served as a catharsis, a release of expression and of voice, in the blatant void of regular socialization.

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