A STONEDOG DOCUMENTARY
The first covid-19 lockdown in New York
invoked artist Linda Karshan's memories of her father’s
crippling polio affliction in the 1952/53 epidemic,
and his gallant battle against it.
This inspired her to produce her most
prolific body of work to date,
“…because I can stand, and he could not.”
“...a poignant testament to human resilience,
and to the role of memory in the mark making of artists.
A beautiful requiem for a remarkable father.”