The edges of us
I turn my glance outward and externalize private moments. I look at the members of my family in relation to myself, exploring the complexities and emotional layers of the family dynamic. Closeness, detachment, absence, and presence. Our identity is removed, and what remains are the gestures and the relationship between the body and the space it exists in. Everything is ambiguous as I project my perception of reality. Often a small portion of the body is visible, and isolated in darkness, while other images are close.
It is a cycle of emergence and withdrawal.