Larisa Wade is an artist working primarily in photography. Her staged photography explores relationships, gender, and mental health. Her projects have looked into her relationship with her body after recovering from an eating disorder, her experience as an entry-level employee at a residential treatment center, and her relationship with her girlfriend. Her observations of human experience are informed by her work as an art therapy graduate student. Larisa has a BFA in Studio Art and a BA in Psychology from the University of New Mexico. She is earning her MA in Art Therapy and Counseling from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. 

Metaphors (2018) was created in collaboration with Emily Morley. 

Emily 's poem 'Metaphors' was first published by Clementine Poetry Journal in June 2015.

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