Hi everyone: I am an artist, I recently did an installation art work about my grieving process with being diagnosed with MS. This experience has made me desire to focus my next work on creating art installation (predominantly sculpture based)that is focused on expressing the struggle, grieving, and healing processes in dealing with disease. I am interested in learning about the experience of others as it might relate to a visual media. In other words, what pivotal moments, images, experiences have people had that they might want to share? I don't just want to create using my own experience- I want to give a visual "voice" to others experiences as well. I would love to hear people's thoughts.
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