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Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- )

Day 9, Alice from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 6, Holly from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

4 Hours, Krista from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 2, Daryl from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 11, Jaymi from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 3, Sheyenne from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 3, Phyllis from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

7 Hours, Jorge from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 3, Ahmad from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 5, Kent from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 19, Larry from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

15 Minutes, Billy from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 2, Jennifer from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

11 Hours, David from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 6, Monika from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 4, Karly from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 2, JJ from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 5, LouAnne from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 3. Jackson from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

1 1/2 Hours, Joanne from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

4 Hours, Linda (self-portrait) from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 3, Ana from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 2, Jill from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 2, Graham from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 16, Roxana from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 2, Isabella from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 3, James from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Day 2, Kirby from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

2 Hours, Leanna from the series Injection Site: Humanizing the Vaccination Process (2021- ), archival pigment print on rag fiber paper, image size 20" x 20", edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs)

Using a high-resolution thermal camera, I photograph the injection sites of the COVID-19 vaccination on peoples’ arms, exposing unique immunological responses.

The COVID-19 immunization protects our lives and wellbeing. The dark areas of heat represent our best efforts to protect against contracting COVID-19, becoming seriously ill or dying from the disease, stopping transmission of the virus to others, and limiting possibilities for viral replication and mutation to potentially more contagious and virulent strains. Every vaccination brings us one step closer to achieving herd immunity and ending this world-changing, once-in-a-century pandemic.

These images are captured with a high resolution thermal camera. Each image is printed as an archival pigment print. Each photograph is printed at 20″ x 20″ and signed by the artist en verso.
Limited edition of 5 (+2 artist proofs).

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