Someone Who is Lost
November 2019- ongoing
C-41 photographic scans (35mm and 120 mm), research materials, found photographs (thrifted and from The Library of Congress Online Database), family photographs, digital photographs, found negatives, oil paint, canvas
I am currently living in London. While I love the energy and vibrancy of the city, I have never felt so lost. I didn’t expect to feel so removed from myself by removing myself from the United States. At moments, my struggles with anxiety and chronic panic attacks have become almost unbearable. This work is an ongoing series of attempts to sort out my feelings of anxiety, loss, loneliness in relation to nationality, adulthood and the loss of innocence, and memory.