A mask of beige paper with thin horizontal eggshell stripes, entirely gray eyes, and a small red mouth.

Part of a series which makes literal the metaphor of “masking” neurodivergent traits, using five masks to explore the ways the artist compensates for her ADHD in public.
“The Invisible Woman” draws on age-old tropes, peering blankly at the viewer. She is made entirely of neutral colors save her tiny red mouth. She blends in, keeping her head down and avoiding eye contact, trying not to draw attention. She is flustered when she manages to attract attention, but she inevitably does. No woman can be invisible forever.

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