ArtWrite 10/10: Bruno Leydet
Updated: Dec 4, 2020
Masks on the bedside table, between the couch cushions, on every counter. Everywhere like reading glasses. Under the front seat of my car, limp as a discarded tissue.
I won’t wear the ones that promote voting or Black Lives Matter, or the ones with cute prints. Just the medical ones or solids. Turning half my face into a billboard or an opportunity to accessorize doesn’t feel right. Masks aren’t t-shirts or bumper stickers. They're not here to stay.