Based on The Yellow Wallpaper, the short story by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, this photographic based wallpaper is screenprinted by hand onto lino-paper with a gold under layer.

It portrays the interiority of mind of the fictional character Madame Beauvais at a time when she clings onto her sanity as if it were as elusive and transient as a shadow.

In referencing Jung's notion of the shadow as the potential for mining gold rather than the Freudian idea of the shadow representing demons of the self, this piece is empathetic in regards to perceived fragility.