I have known her well, as long as I’ve been conscious of my own existence.
“She’d take it off and put it back on, flick it, spin it on the kitchen table. Thought of melting it in the oven, throwing it out the window, letting it slip through the open drain in the bathroom.”
Inside a young blood cancer patient’s thoughts, ordeal, and ultimate connection with a life-saving blood marrow donor. The AIAS student group tells us how we can help the cause in Leipzig, as well.
“While I was caked in corn starch and tunneling myself through the torso of another personâ€™s body, Sophie painted the pits of its arms and other corporeal crevices with a solution of powdered chocolate and water.” – Making of exhibit featuring Sophie Bandelin at KÃ¼nstlerhaus 188, Halle, 4-16 July.
It means the difference between being embarrassed and pregnant.