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Things I Have Touched and Left

The photo series "Things I Have Touched and Left" has grown from a pandemic project that started in the west of Iceland (2022) and will end in the east of Iceland (2023). The work looks at touch as both a gesture of intimacy and a symbol of the desire to signal one’s presence in the world through action. The relatively fleeting existence of a single human life sits in strange contrast to the biological and physical impact human living continues to have on this planet. This series of photos grapples with the individual desire to be felt and known as a living, sensing and changing organism when one is at once both everything and nothing to the earth.    

This work was generously supported by The Regan Peacock Fung Memorial Art Fund

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