These photographs are 3 of a larger group of over a hundred images taken throughout the pandemic thus far of items that I’ve held. Collected almost accidentally, I often use my cellphone as a way of visual note-taking. Although these weren’t meant to be viewed by anyone but me, while recently archiving and organizing these images, the importance of what I could and could not touch during the pandemic becomes clearer and heavier. During this time I have also become, as we all have, much more aware and wary of my own hands and what they come into contact with throughout the day. One hand becomes the subject, holding a found object, while the other holds a cell phone and documents the interaction.

on view in “Bearing Witness” at the Hamilton Gallery

Hamilton Arts Collective | Hamilton Gallery is pleased to present the exhibition Bearing Witness – the artists’ tenacious view a two part exhibition

Virtual exhibit: February 15-April 15, 2021
In-person exhibit at Hamilton Gallery: proposed summer 2021

The two exhibitions, Bearing Witness – the artists’ tenacious view,  explore how the events of 2020 have impacted the creative process and psyche of working artists.