A digital collage
This piece was to express the major stresses put on students due to school work.
Life in quarantine
This collage is to represent what has happened since the beginning of March within our society and what I did with my time to kill time.
Magazine on Paper
This artwork displays perspectives, or rather a choice of perspectives within our society; On one hand, there is a devastated woman with her world in flames, and on the other, a blind-folded man in a safe bubble, ignorantly choosing to only stare out into an arrangement of flowers, much like the minor antagonist, Hamish Ascot, in Alice Through the Looking Glass.
What Orwell Wrote
Collage on Bristol
This artwork is about the idea that seeing is believing, referencing the quintessential phrase “Nothing is everything and everything is nothing” from George Orwell’s 1984 dystopian novel.
Digital Photo Collage
A family just moved into yet another homeless shelter after waiting hours for a home to be available to them, the mentality of how unnormal their living situation is still lingers in their minds.
What We Don’t See
This artwork is about the things that the media focuses on and the things they ignore.
Life Under the Pandemic
Photography and Collage
A visual depiction of what my life has shrunk to and how I am slowly losing touch with the outer world. Regardless, it is so difficult to resist myself from exploring the small world that I am in right now.
Depression: A Collage Piece
In this piece, I tried to add as much as I could think of when it came to the subject matter of depression, such as how one’s point of view in the world could be flipped, and the materials on the table that could be related to things that people often associate with depression.