untitled (Pandemic)





2020 
10.7 x 16” and 24 x 16”
Archival Pigment Prints, Edition of 5 (1 AP)



In this part of “untitled (Pandemic)”, I examine how the current pandemic reveals devastating inequalities in American society. In light of the current protests against police brutality and systemic racism, I have been reflecting on the practice of walking in the evening, which brings to light the question who has the privilege to go on walks after dark and who has to fear to get killed.








2020

10 x 8”
Unique Cyanotypes



In this part of “untitled (Pandemic)”, I examine how the current pandemic reveals devastating inequalities in American society ranging from a dysfunctional healthcare system, to health disparities as a result of structural racism and economic inequality, or the absence of protections for the workforce. I was able to work from home, but front-line workers cannot, and many of those workers are women and people of color. I have been reflecting on my everyday life at home through making cyanotypes.





Mark