. . . 2020 At-a-glance
available by special order
About this piece:
COVID-19: 2020 At-a-glance is a three-dimensional representation of emptiness and loss. The holes in the calendar grids correspond to days without human interaction outside of my household. They are days with no family gatherings and no casual get-togethers with friends. Except for a few weeks in the Fall, they are days spent working from home.
I’m hopeful that with safe, effective, and widely distributed vaccines in 2021, gatherings of family and friends can again be in-person rather than virtual.
book board, paper, thread
About the artist:
Lives and works in Lawrence, Kansas.
Brea Black is a book artist and a librarian. Time is an important element of her artistic practice, so she focuses on making one of a kind books by hand. Her work has been exhibited nationally and is held in several public collections.