From NARC. magazine:
“It might not be the easiest of subject matters, but Alysia Anne’s emotive and powerful works will move you like no other.”
From The Courier Online:
“This installation is modest and unassuming; a beautiful, unfocused spectrum. The subtly [sic] in colour, tone and mood can be easily passed by altogether (as I very nearly did) if you don’t take a moment to look, and to really see. Fragmented transitions with each polaroid are severe, ghostlike yet interrupted with block solid dark shapes.”
and finally, from Morning Star:
“It gently but insistently involves the viewer in its contemplation of loss and sadness and the way we deal with “complicated grief” through strategies of emotional blurring and avoidance.”
I’m overwhelmed by the positivity, not only from the above, but through the conversations that I’ve had and the stories people have shared with me. I’m moved by how willing people have been to invest in the installation and reflect on their experiences.