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CreatorZhou, SophieDateBetween 20th May 2020 and 25th May 2020DescriptionDuring the lockdown period of COVID-19 and not being able to see friends and go to The University of Sydney for classes, I find myself alone. While I am alone the only contact I have is with myself. My hand that rests on my lap, or the strands of hair that curl around my head, I am constantly being touched by myself. In the two drawings I have created, I wanted to portray a strange stream of consciousness of touch and being touched by oneself and the feeling of being alone. SASS publications can be found under the Related item/s below. This item is part of The University of Sydney during COVID-19 collection.SubjectCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)COVID-19 Pandemic, 2020-Social distancing (Public health)ExperienceRelated time periodN.S.W. COVID-19 lockdownGeographic coverageSydney (N.S.W.)TypeOriginal art workRelated item/sZAMICollectionThe University of Sydney during COVID-19
Zhou, Sophie, Alone (Between 20th May 2020 and 25th May 2020). University of Sydney Library, accessed 30/01/2023, https://digital.library.sydney.edu.au/nodes/view/7642