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I began to think of the crisis as an opportunity, a time to think in the present, not plan for an unknowable future. We were like monks suspended in our existence with a chance to ponder ourselves and our lives. My practice has a correlation with this period of uncertainty and turmoil. I explore notions of place and the unknown particularly in relation to the search for a utopian land where emigrants are between homes. As we transitioned through this liminal space, my paintings of wilderness seemed to provide a place for self reflection.