I thought I was my head.
I thought I'd left my body
I thought I was alone.
I was not.
The COVID 19 pandemic has coerced humankind to experience life in unprecedented confinement. Imposed segregation and remote living has facilitated a deep existential dive within ourselves, forcing many to question our identities even as we move towards trying to establish life in the 'new normal'.
'In Isolation' explores questions about what it means to be human, combining an interest in themes of biological evolution, claustrophobia, feminism and mental health in curious relation to the current pandemic. It is a record of the artist's daily struggle to find meaning in a world of political and humanistic turmoil and attempt to see, what lies beneath.