During the height of the pandemic, I – like everyone else – was confined to my immediate environment. The making of this piece and others like it, took place during this time and served as a visual diary. I made drawings on a postcard, which is transportable. Each picture has its own small story. For example, I got an inspiration for “Picnic, A Bread With A Knife” from a man leaning forward himself to cut bread in front of him. He was having a picnic with some people. I started thinking about that situation – if I were him, Can I lean forward to cut the bread that is placed in front of me? I was paranoid about social distancing, and that questioned me if I can do that simple action. The knife is about to touch the bread in the drawing, but the yellow barricade prevents the knife from going further. a figure on the left side of the drawing faces somewhere else as if that is still deciding to cut the bread.