Cellphone / iPad / Tablet:
You can reposition yourself inside the gallery by moving the left joystick on the screen. Simply press and hold in the center of the joystick and move your finger in the desired direction.
You can change the viewpoint and the direction to move by operating the right joystick.
PC / Mac:
You can reposition yourself inside the gallery by operating the left joystick on the screen. You can control the joystick with your mouse. Click in the center of the joystick and move your mouse in the desired direction.
You can change the viewpoint and the direction to move, by clicking anywhere on the screen and by moving your mouse to your desired viewpoint. Alternatively you can also change the viewpoint by operating the right joystick.
“Living with Parkinson’s” is an ongoing cathartic project of reflective personal reconciliation with a condition that was in denial for many years. A series of self-portraits seeks to expose what is not seen by others; the physical and emotional limitations of the disease as well as the side effects of the condition and treatment.
The images are created with a duality of acceptance, a candid reveal of shameful limitations, and apparitions, as the transposition of hallucinations experienced on a daily basis, the characteristics of a condition that affects many but usually in a solitary situation and hidden process.
“Living with Parkinson’s” reveals and discloses the disease and addresses the implacable universal cycle of life faced by everyone, in a whimsical manner as reality and fantasy merge into a world of hallucinations.