EVERYWHERE AND NOWHERE
Watercolor, colored pencil, fabrics, carpet, thread, beads, scrapbook paper, black and white ink, on paper
Constant traveling and moving force us to sleep in different beds without being able to attach ourselves to one bedroom. The eventual medley of environments is so contrast and inharmonious the person almost gets lost in it.
Part of the "Belonging" series in which I explored the sense of belonging in the context of immigration and constant traveling.