Upside Down Introspection
…on ‘upside down introspection’
“Sometimes there is a need for introspection. It can take you to a place you’ve never been but sometimes, it takes you to place you know all too well. A familiar place, a familial place, a place of trauma and grief. Sometimes this is where you need to go for the truest, and sometimes painful, introspection.
This is where I needed to go, so I tried to recreate a room from my grandmothers house. And here is where I took a good look at myself, talked openly, even hurtful truths were shared.
Sometimes that’s what you need.”
Duality at Ease
…on ‘duality at ease’
When all else fails, questioning me, is the truest source of knowledge.
I need rest. I need respite. I need to be
This is dying and rebirth
Yin and yang
Night and day
As seen on TV.”
April Bermudez is an emerging interdisciplinary artist from Los Angeles, now living in Las Vegas.
April started writing at a young age, in high school began an interest in photography, and her college career was mostly spent in the ceramics department, as well as being a life model for the drawing and painting classes and working at the college art gallery. April has participated in several international Call and Response collaborations, and was most recently featured in a juried online exhibition.