Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 2) 
2016
riso print collage quatrotone framed
59 × 43,5 cm & 40 x 40 x 3 cm
Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 2)  Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 2)  Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 1)  Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 1)  Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scenes 2 + 3)  Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 3)  Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 3)  Emergency, they say, is the last public space (Scene 4) 

EMERGENCY, THEY SAY, IS THE LAST PUBLIC SPACE is a multi-part series of risograph collages, at times in dialogue with certain objects, tracing the ruptures and entrenchments of dread as a fear of the possible. They highlight moments of oscillation between permanence and impermanence.
SCENES 1-4 evoke, through their dense layering of colours and forms, the corporeal exposure to threat together with its dissolution when stricken individuals band together.