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 This wearable sculpture was a vessel to show a vulnerable side of my truth and that of others who suffer faceless as a result of the careless distribution of deadly pain-killers. Losing loved ones to opiate-related addictions was my wake up call to the fragility of human life in a worsening epidemic. My work aims to critique and reveal truths about the war on drugs in America, without dismissing the experiences of those in recovery. This was made possible by lessons in Space Research at Virginia Commonwealth University in which I explored the context of the human body by dressing and trapping it in sculpture. ​


Materials: cardboard, plastic, fabric, thread, newspaper


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