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"This work uses abstraction as a form of escapism. I like the familiarity my source imagery has, but I also like how abstraction can disrupt this and offer us an alternative. Given what’s happening, I think it’s important to have the opportunity to escape and retreat into some sort of haven.
Where this work differs from my previous work is in its use of populist imagery. I am purposefully pulling visual material from a wide variety of everyday sources. I’m hoping this allows the work to resonate with almost everybody on some level and promote a greater sense of inclusivity in a time of crisis."


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