delusional parasitosis
If hypochondria deals with being excessively worried about having a serious illness without any reason to believe so, delusional parasitosis is even worse: it’s an unfounded but persistent belief that one’s body is infested with either living or nonliving pathogens, such as parasites, insects, or bugs…
In the series titled “Delusional Parasitosis”, the observer is drawn into my work by directly participating, in first person, in the subject's delusionary activity.  Pathogens, infectious agents, and bugs are ready to take action, but the omnipresent colored pills are ready to provide relief... or will they make it worse?

Stop Playing

Tears flowing down the dolls’ eyes give life to the representation of a child’s sadness because she is impeded from playing due to an ongoing illness.

The Fear of Choking

Delusional Parasitosis


Glucose and Neurons

Fresh Food

Riflessioni a Tavola



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