Work in Progress. Posted image is from previous work.
The installation, [Dis]connection, seeks to provide an experiential space in which to contemplate what it means to feel connected and whole. The work questions the role that technology and our fast-paced lives may play in producing feelings that are at odds with our human need to feel connected and seen. The installation takes a metaphoric approach by representing the complexities of these competing experiences through the use of a range of media — photographs, sculptural wax arms, audio recordings and gnarled cords. The components of the installation seek to push and pull us between our desire for connection and the obstacles that keep us from it.