This series consists of photos of pylons taken throughout solo travels in various cities.
I would see them all over the place, and started feeling curious and somewhat comforted by them. They were these little markers, reminders that someone is warning you not to get hurt in this specific place. The pylons become nonverbal signals of human compassion. They interact with their surroundings and people immediately know what they mean and look around to see if anything will hurt them. Sometimes they are just randomly placed, but don't lose their power.
This pylon symbol is present in some of my other photo work involving Transmission/Electricity Pylons. A vivid childhood memory, the transmission pylon was a large presence in my hometown.