Gesture

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Previous explorations lead me to become interested in ways of supplementing speech – particularly ways that are visual. I began to look at gesture and the way in which the negative space and invisible forms suggested become an informative visual. I studied my own hands as well as those of doctors and family members and documented their movement as well as the space between them.

Pictured above; Gesture I, II and III.

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