This series was based off photographs where couples were kissing with medical masks on around the time the swine flu pandemic was ending. There is an innate desire for collective community, connection, and intimacy. These drawings look at the knot of bodily presence and absence. The disconnection and similar connection occurring at the same time. These series of drawing was show with a spider web of white masks hanging above them. Viewers could look up as the shadows of the mask would cast down on the drawings and viewers.
Medium: Drawing | Sculpture | Installation
Graphite drawings, white medical masks, 4-- 12" x 6'