By Natasha Hinde in The Huffington Post.
An artist is collecting photos of people’s bedside tables to document the reality of living with a chronic illness, in a new and intimate way.
‘The Nightstand Collective’ features photo submissions from people across the globe. It was compiled by artist Emma Jones, 42, who wanted to know more about the “tools” that people with chronic illness use to help them in times of vulnerability.
“What I am fascinated by are the items that people hold close that are medicines for the soul, the tools that people use to stay resilient in order to cope with the monotony of chronic illness,” she told The Huffington Post UK.
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