Covered examines the inanimate life of covered cars--their mystery, their ambiguous forms, and the glimpses of what lies beneath their sheathed exteriors. Growing up in the autopia of Los Angeles, cars have always felt like an extension of oneself. We live out of them--they are our mode of transportation, our workspace, our storage facilities, our second home, and they reflect our individual styles. In 2020 covered cars took on a new reflection of our societal immobility, while the coverings mimicked our own face coverings. I began to anthropomorphize them--viewing them as covered, immobile, and sullen during a global pandemic.