TOUCH: To Rub, Press, Knead, Interlace A Daily Practice
What does it mean to loose something so vital to human existence-- our ability to touch one another. What do we loose in the process? When togetherness and companionship are banned, gathering suspended, meeting places (all places for that matter) are closed, what then? Through daily practice, I seek to think deeply about the nature of touch: it's motions, the ways it's centered in our hands, our skin.
This durational series existed during the beginning stages of the pandemic as a way to process our collective loss (which we're still feeling the effects of).