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Drawing: Pencil, Graphite on Wood.
Freely adapted from Oliver Sacks' "The man who mistook his wife for a hat".
From the text:
This grotesque, involuntary resonance, or mutuality, by which everyone
was drawn into an absurdly amplifying interaction, was the source of the disturbance I had seen from a
distance. This woman who, becoming everybody, lost her own self, became nobody. This woman with a
thousand faces, masks, personae—how must it be for her in this whirlwind of identities
The portait was deliberatly drawn on scrap and scratched wood.
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