Sasan Abri is an artist with his heart bent toward memories. With his unique photo printing technique and similar to a man on a remote island waiting to be salvaged, he counts the days by scratching on paper, like tally marks on a prison wall, reconstructing events as he remembers them. Abri’s works are like mourning rituals for a wounded past and a hope for being recovered. Just when the artist began to unravel the cocoon of his personal isolation, the world faced a crisis in which humans had to move away from each other to stay close. In this collective isolation, “These Days” and “Solitude” are a reflection of the shared experience of loss and loneliness such as the times of quarantine.