Drawn and Quartered: a bipolar frame of mind
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    After being diagnosed with Bipolar while going to grad school, the combination of medication and amplified activity led me to this image of what … Read More
    After being diagnosed with Bipolar while going to grad school, the combination of medication and amplified activity led me to this image of what it felt like to be bipolar. What people see, and what they don't understand. Read Less
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The installation filled one end of the gallery, 30' x 9' white plexiglas panels, 18" wide. The piece was blacklit, with all the actual wire pieces behind the wall. What the audience saw was a shadowed drawing. 



A Chandelier as shadow.


A shirt lit behind the wall.


Front and back images of the wire masks