This is part three of a series where I attempt to articulate the invisible torments that pursue humanity - both physical and emotional.
Photophobia, or light sensitivity is surprisingly powerful. As I sit behind my darkened sunglasses peering at the monitor, I wince. Sharp needles sear my eyes constantly, and bright lights become excruciating. This odd condition can be part of the migraine experience, neuropathic or a result of dry eyes. It seems so innocuous in print and theory, yet has unforgiving claws that sink through to the back of the head...
Glazed ceramic with enamel detail.
14 x 15 x 13cm