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Mansions of the MIND

Heather Wetzler

Before her death in 2012, Simonutti suffered from bipolar and schizoaffective disorder, and in a short period of time from 2006 produced an incredible array of haunting photographs that reflected (and shattered into different reflections, like the mirrors that she sometime used) the mind of a woman who tried to balance the chaos of creativity with the chaos of her thoughts, and try to seemingly find a defining organizational coping mechanism in both.

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  • Tom Maybrier

    Wow, very interesting! This is a really forward thinking way of showcasing the work of an artist after their death.