Marissa's latest series, "Consumed," explores the emotions tied to societal pressures of consumption and the relentless quest for more. In a culture where enough is never enough, we find ourselves in a perpetual cycle of comparison, leading to a loss of personal agency and a sense of inadequacy.

Through her artwork, Marissa uses food as a powerful visual metaphor to illustrate this struggle. What should be a source of nourishment becomes a heavy burden, symbolizing the weight of self-doubt and the chaos of comparison. As viewers witness these dynamic scenes, they are prompted to reflect on their own lives and consider the question: when is enough, enough?

Marissa's series invites us to reevaluate our priorities and appreciate the abundance that surrounds us. In "Consumed," she challenges us to find contentment in the present moment, rather than constantly searching for more.

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