FLOWERS was displayed at SITE Santa Fe in 2016 and was based off a journal entry I wrote the previous year. The imagery contains an overlay of video as a visual representation of Depersonalization Disorder. The subject is consistently engaged with the camera and continually relies on deliberate confrontation with both the narrative and the viewer. As the narration becomes increasingly cold and distant, the figure becomes darker and more enigmatic. The subject eventually loses all humanistic quality as it fades into a myriad of overlaid shots until the narration cuts out as the video fades to black, alluding to the death of the narrator. 
       
     
       
     
 FLOWERS was displayed at SITE Santa Fe in 2016 and was based off a journal entry I wrote the previous year. The imagery contains an overlay of video as a visual representation of Depersonalization Disorder. The subject is consistently engaged with the camera and continually relies on deliberate confrontation with both the narrative and the viewer. As the narration becomes increasingly cold and distant, the figure becomes darker and more enigmatic. The subject eventually loses all humanistic quality as it fades into a myriad of overlaid shots until the narration cuts out as the video fades to black, alluding to the death of the narrator. 
       
     

FLOWERS was displayed at SITE Santa Fe in 2016 and was based off a journal entry I wrote the previous year. The imagery contains an overlay of video as a visual representation of Depersonalization Disorder. The subject is consistently engaged with the camera and continually relies on deliberate confrontation with both the narrative and the viewer. As the narration becomes increasingly cold and distant, the figure becomes darker and more enigmatic. The subject eventually loses all humanistic quality as it fades into a myriad of overlaid shots until the narration cuts out as the video fades to black, alluding to the death of the narrator. 

       
     
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