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I personally found more positive things in the state of isolation, such as: taking a break from my long travelings, which have not been a break for the last year and a half. To be alone with my inner self, to clear various thoughts in my head. I also finally found the time I never had enough to start creating in another way like making music, writing, and dancing. It also freed up time for things I don't like to do, but I had no choice, cleaning out old things I didn't need but didn't notice from in my normal daily routine. And separately I have even more time for my professions, my hobbies and time to call all my friends from all over the world and talk until dawn without worries that tomorrow we have to get up early for work or do something outside.
Her name is Maureen. No, it is not. We love her, though, and at the age of 92, Maureen’s mind wanders through time and space, through real and imaginary stories. The same stories change all the time. We put it aside and we kiss her cheek. She probably doesn’t know who we are. Old age, dementia and the desire to honour another beautiful life. We love Maureen.
During the pandemic, as many of my friends were watching Contagion and the like, I wanted to create a list of what I consider a) better and b) more fitting movies for the moment. So here it is, in all its incomplete glory!
My life living in locked-down London during the Corona-virus. The Central London area is geographically accurate, but I have sculpted the letters “London” into it. Conversely, the roads, and my journey are not accurately depicted - merely illustrated (where I shop will remain my secret!)
In this illustration, I have depicted the everyday life during this lockdown, and how the devices have sort of filled our lives. During this social distancing phase where we don’t get to meet most of our friends and family, our lives are increasingly revolving around the digital devices and gadgets, mostly our phones. I have illustrated the many ways in which we use our phones on a daily basis, in a chronological sequence.
This is a compilation of the different versions of myself since the quarantine started. Some days I'll be super productive while other days I can barely even get out of bed. It's been a strange couple of months but I know we're all doing what we can to get by.