Chris Peters Silhouettes, blurs, reflections and shadows all perfectly capture the loneliness and isolation that we're feeling right now. Are these visitors real or in my memories?
Isolation. Lockdown. A strange feeling in the air. 1.5 metres. No touching allowed. Thoughts turn to how we took for granted being physically close to another. Imagining a world where touch is a thing of the past. A brush against a passing stranger. A hug. An arm around a friend. The touch of another is highly charged and complex. A stolen kiss now has the taste of danger, even possibly death.