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This three-color screen-print, reminiscent of sundowning, reveals its images only under specific lighting conditions, symbolizing the fluctuating clarity experienced by those with dementia. Just as individuals afflicted with this condition start their day forgetful and agitated, gain clarity as the day progresses, and then become confused again as evening approaches, the print mirrors this circadian rhythm. The appearance of the images coincides with sunlight touching its surface, revealing only certain elements at any given time. In the absence of natural light, a UV flashlight enables the observer to activate the print, mirroring the caregiver's quest for fleeting moments of clarity in their loved ones grappling with dementia.

Currently on view at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia PA.
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