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Fragility of Time

An unsettling anxiety begins to creep in when my younger daughter turns eight. Amidst the girls' growing independence, I struggle to recalibrate from being their world to becoming a part of it. Despite having more freedom, I experience a sense of being adrift.


Coincidentally during this time, a friend my age passes away from cancer, and a newfound awareness of mortality washes over me. Time becomes precious like never before. Having lived thus far within the framework of a daughter, wife, and mother, I feel compelled to search for myself anew.

These pictures are glimpses of my inner landscape. Drawing inspiration from poetry, metaphors of color, and symbolisms from nature and art history, I explore memories, dreams, and suppressed emotions as I seek to repair a fragmented self. I take stock while acknowledging the temporality of the human experience.

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