• February 8, 2023

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Agnes Boisvert, an intensive care nurse at St. Luke’s Hospital in downtown Boise, Idaho, spends every day navigating between two worlds. One is a vortex of beeping monitors, masked emotions, and death; the other, she says, seems unaware of the horrors that occur every hour of every day.

Agnes Boisvert, an intensive care nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in downtown Boise, Idaho, spends every day navigating between two worlds.  One is a vortex of beeping monitors, masked emotions, and death;  the other, she says, seems unaware of the horrors that occur every hour of every day.  Illustrated by Isabel Seliger.

Agnes Boisvert, an intensive care nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in downtown Boise, Idaho, spends every day navigating between two worlds.  One is a vortex of beeping monitors, masked emotions, and death;  the other, she says, seems unaware of the horrors that occur every hour of every day.  Illustrated by Isabel Seliger.

Agnes Boisvert, an intensive care nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in downtown Boise, Idaho, spends every day navigating between two worlds.  One is a vortex of beeping monitors, masked emotions, and death;  the other, she says, seems unaware of the horrors that occur every hour of every day.  Illustrated by Isabel Seliger.

Agnes Boisvert, an intensive care nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in downtown Boise, Idaho, spends every day navigating between two worlds.  One is a vortex of beeping monitors, masked emotions, and death;  the other, she says, seems unaware of the horrors that occur every hour of every day.  Illustrated by Isabel Seliger.

Agnes Boisvert, an intensive care nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in downtown Boise, Idaho, spends every day navigating between two worlds.  One is a vortex of beeping monitors, masked emotions, and death;  the other, she says, seems unaware of the horrors that occur every hour of every day.  Illustrated by Isabel Seliger.

Agnes Boisvert, an intensive care nurse at St. Luke's Hospital in downtown Boise, Idaho, spends every day navigating between two worlds.  One is a vortex of beeping monitors, masked emotions, and death;  the other, she says, seems unaware of the horrors that occur every hour of every day.  Illustrated by Isabel Seliger.

Isabel Seliger is a freelance artist and illustrator based in Berlin. Her work has been published in the New York Times, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Bloomberg and The Atlantic. You can find them on Instagram @isabel_seliger.

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