Unseen Imprints

Unseen Imprints is a collection of works that examine the emotional imprints people leave on one another. Imprints are like marks that are pressed on one’s inner self as a result of various experiences with people and within hegemonic societal systems of discrimination. As a person with Albinism, I often have experiences with people where I am objectified and stereotyped because of my differences. I use multiple forms of language from visual images to written language to share my experiences and reveal the imprints I find within myself. Through this body of work I want people to contemplate what and how they feel when looking and engaging with the work, to recognize their own imprints and be aware of the imprints they may place on others. 

Imprints Are Made
Through Me
What do you see when you look at me?
How it feels
Liminal Unbalance
My Body
Is Existing Not Enough
Are they real?
Inside Out
The Heaviness Inside Us All
The Invisibility I Feel
What are you?