Drawing

b&w pencil drawing of a young woman with cat-like facial features

Image description: Drawing from “Strange stranger.” Black & white pencil drawing of a young, white woman with short blonde hair. The woman’s facial features are half-way between a human’s and a cat’s. She is supporting her head with her left hand (as seen from the viewer’s perspective), and is wearing a black & white zigzag patterned shirt with a grey bow tied at the collar.

cropped segment of a b&w pencil drawing showing a person's face with dirt pouring out of their eyes. The dirt is also a creature who has eyes. It's a happy creature. There is some partially cut-off typed text at the left side of the image, which says "research the risks and process of withdrawal before you begin"..

Image description: cropped segment of “How to Withdraw from Psych Meds.” A black & white pencil drawing showing the face of a young, androgynous, dark-haired person of ambiguous race/ethnicity. The person has dirt pouring out of their eyes. The dirt loops around the person’s head and becomes a creature who has many randomly-placed eyes. The dirt creature is happy. There is some partially cut-off typed text at the left side of the image, which says “research the risks and process of withdrawal before you begin.”

Image description: detail from "The content is irrelevant." Black & white abstract pencil drawing featuring highly detailed forking lines/tree motif.

Image description: detail from “The content is irrelevant.” Black & white abstract pencil drawing featuring highly detailed forking lines/tree motif.

strange stranger drawings

Prints of two of this series were shown as part of Mind Williamstown’s pop-up art show for Rock Into Recovery, Mental Health Week 2016.

how to withdraw from psych meds

Drawing printed on fabric (2mx1m), shown at FOUND Festival 2015.

the content is irrelevant

3 drawings, shown at Kings A.R.I, Melbourne, Australia, June 2011.

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