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Memory hurts wherever you touch it

BFA Thesis Show at the Carroll Gallery, Tulane University, 2024

“I whispered: Memory hurts wherever you touch it.” - George Seferis
             This is an interdisciplinary body of work comprised of images, text, and objects portraying the stories and experiences of survivors of sexual violence. The subjects, often delicate fruit or fragile garments of clothing, mimic the aching of these instantaneous moments of stolen agency. The act of inflicting aggressive physical change onto these objects is a catharsis. Memory hurts wherever you touch it has allowed me to confront my own grief, humiliation, and sorrow. It simultaneously asks its audience to open a dialogue for institutional change, both on and off Tulane’s campus. 

Installation Shots

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