Amy Jones, Phoebe Latham-Mollart, Emilia Opalinska, Lulu Persaud, Carys Silverthorne-Wright, Orla Truelove,
Watching Our Reflection
Pinks and blues and purples, reflections, during quarantine we’ve been finding ourselves and our faces, both public and private, our eyes the window to the soul…
During quarantine, the lines between physical contact and screens have become synonymous. These two people face each other, talking, telling, but we don’t know who they are. We don’t know what their truth is…
Plastic is representative of restrictive barriers, similar to the masks we are using during this pandemic. The suffocating display echoes these barriers, highlighting the loneliness of isolation. An involuntary act, shielding one person from another.