We are in the midst of a global pandemic; Covid 19. This has created a disruption in what we considered ‘normal life’. It is a transitional period or moment of limbo and now we are forced to take a step back, reflect, and hopefully become more socially and environmentally aware.
It is through this shift that so much pain within our communities has come to the surface. A pain we can no longer avoid or be distracted from by what used to be ‘ordinary life’. Covid 19 has created a crisis, resulting in illness, death, loss, fear, poverty, and depression.
No-one is safe from this virus. Now more than ever we realise the importance of communities and togetherness. As a society, we need healing. The notion of healing is personified in this body of work through a reimagined Archangel Raphael, the angel of healing.