Annette Fausboll I love the humorous gaze in this series. It was such a joy to experience the claustrophobia and intimacy and love in the space of this small family during lockdown.
Beginning in March, when the pandemic hit Queens, New York, I found myself trapped in a 700-square-foot apartment with Elaine, my 86 year old mother and Sophia, my ex-wife. A family project evolved that documented the anxiety, humor, tensions, and surprises of our confinement together. "Quarantine in Queens" became a commentary on caregiving, marriage, boundaries, love, and family responsibility.