Wall Becomes a Window
The Laundry, SF
Wall Becomes a Window is a series of photographs that acts as both a trace and a conduit. I joined a small group of young women with metastatic breast cancer during a BAYS/Commonweal retreat. Hearing their desire for a more expansive sense of time and place, I offered images as tangible markers and points of access back to the embodied connections they found together in Bolinas.
The photographs are showcased as part of LavaSaga’s Shadow Channel event during Reimagine End of Life, a weeklong conversation in San Francisco celebrating and exploring big questions about life and death.
With deep thanks to these women who let me into their lives, along with Bay Area Young Survivors (BAYS), Commonweal and Katrina Mayo-=Smith, Arlene Allsman and staff, Deborah Cohan, The Laundry and Lava Saga.