A quadruple-self-portrait examining the tenderness of conjured human intimacy as it relates to the solitude of gaming without Internet connection. In the front seat of a blue Toyota Sienna, the artist contains the laptop screen with a curved hand, both tenderly protecting a fleeting digital moment and completing a bodily cyclical narrative.

A quadruple-self-portrait examining the tenderness of conjured human intimacy as it relates to the solitude of gaming without Internet connection. In the front seat of a blue Toyota Sienna, the artist contains the laptop screen with a curved hand, both tenderly protecting a fleeting digital moment and completing a bodily cyclical narrative.

Marisha Lozada (b. 1994 in Scranton, PA) is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. She combines varied materials including painting, textiles, and jewelry remnants to create layered images that annotate memories of emotional transitions in life. Since earning her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (2016), she has participated in solo and group exhibitions throughout New York, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Providence, and Italy. Her writings are featured in the SPRTS periodical, Bluestockings Magazine, and Clerestory Journal of the Arts. Her artwork is held in a number of private collections throughout the United States.

Collaborate, contact, and commission at: marishalozada@gmail.com

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