At the beginning of 2020, I started materializing the liminal space between touching bodies, the pandemic crisis became an eerily condensed context for my research and has deflected it toward the concept of physical distancing. I have been developing haptic, low-tech and tangible means of being linked to one another without physical contact—an embodied way of being in touch without touching. As always in my work, this exploration applies to human and non-human bodies, alive and inert, real and imagined. (Click on image for details)