“My ‘Period Survival Quilt’ will enable me to wrap myself in the nature I long to be within. In particular a field of protective daisy flowers, that remind me of my only childhood and imaginary friend named Daisy.”
Corinne is a disabled queer self-portrait artist creating photographic depictions from the same 2 by 1.5 metre space; their bed. This year marks their fifth year of spending almost every day confined there. Their self-portraits are a form of therapy to ease their ongoing struggles with mental illness. Their work often focuses on Daisyland a queer utopia, Corinne and their only childhood and imaginary friend named Daisy created.
Corinne’s Period Survival Quilt will be exhibited at Level in 2024.