I never could have predicted that my artwork dealing with plots of land and boundaries that discuss ownership would be able to tie into a virus pandemic. Now looking at the world and how my art can adapt to the "new" environment it is in is an interesting challenge.. In a weird twist of events I am creating work about my land while being forced to stay within the boundaries of that land. Although it has been nice to be home and enjoy the warmer weather, constantly being able to be out and create a schedule that reflects more around outside time rather than class schedule. I am realizing how much time I am spending outside since I am lucky enough to have land that I can go out in rather being cooped in an apartment. A statewide "shelter in place" means one should stay in their home and only leave for essentials, limiting their contact with other people. This time has shown me how important it is to myself to have this land that create space between me and others, Im not really experiencing the "cabin fever" effect since I am being out in nature within my land. Regarding my art, I now see how the boundary aspect of my work is going to be enhanced even more and how lines are important now more than ever.
10/28/2022 10:39:05 pm
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