The 2014 project consists of installations and photographs that focus on aspects of loss and recovery associated with the human body and psyche. Accidental or intentional events often cause individuals to think about themselves and bodily changes: the loss of a limb or memory, or separation from a loved one. In the event of these drastic changes, how does the perception of oneself change? And how are these changes perceived by others? How does an individual’s perception change and how does the perception of others change in the face of these transformations? In Less*Regain the loss of a limb is compared to the loss of memory (body/mind), while the subsequent recovery of the limb happens thanks to creativity and ingenuity.