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) is a Brooklyn-based artist and writer. Since earning her BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design (2016), she has exhibited in the 2018 Endless Editions Biennial and a variety of shows in New York, Philadelphia, Providence, and Rome, Italy. She was also a seminar member and lead in Asia Art Archive in America’s inaugural year of Leadership Camp.

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

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