Multiple layers of gauze create the illusion of suspended, rising and falling hair. Mirroring the path of healing, the silk is generated from a being in metamorphosis, the silk worm.
The process of creating the screens was one of direct exposure. The prints are literal shadows of women's hair. The symptoms and side effects of trauma were used as visual strategies in the work. The repeated hair forms evoke hyperreactivity and recurring memory.
The layers of fabric and hair relate to the peeling of the mind and soul that occurs during the process of healing. Contemplative and ethereal, the silk undulates as people move through the space.