My artistic investigation focuses on the body: my female body of mature age and the body’s spatiotemporality, both literally and philosophically speaking. I also examine the notions of trace, focusing on the reciprocal relationship between marking and being marked.  As I had 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 am 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. This research applies to human and non-human bodies, alive and inert, real and imagined. (click on image for details)