You can see it on the horizon now, just past forgiveness.​​​​​​​
A body of work in woodcut print exploring autobiographical narratives of emotional abuse and vulnerability using a doubling of self-portraits. The intent of this work is to share private glimpses of personal experience addressing self-deprecation and self-compassion as it relates to growth and healing from experiences of emotional abuse in intimate relationships.
"Really though, what the hell are you doing down there?"
"I am lucky to be not so afraid as you."
"I promise, I swear, I'll never do that again."
WIP: "I will lay on the floor just to call for help."
Installation shots from Michigan Emerging Graduate Artists (MEGA)
at the Urban Institute for Contemporary Arts, Grand Rapids, MI, July - September 2019
Writing

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