“They’re All Coming With Me,” Illustrations by Caitlin Peck

Caitlin Peck is an artist and illustrator from Philadelphia.

“These three works narrate segments of what it means to claim space, share space, or to compete for space. Through drawing, I make an attempt to understand the fickleness of memory, the sensitivity of relationships, and the complications of existing. All of which are particular issues for me when I consider habitat and home and what it means to possess an environment.”

“They’re All Coming With Me”
“It’s Like I Always Need a Reason”
“How Much do Promises Mean Anyway”

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