In this series of photographs I used my body to create a vision of a fragmented and re-constructed self. Contemporary technology creates the illusion of identity and selfhood as curated collections; they are assembled and ever shifting fragments that form a hallucinatory whole from the images of others. There are holes in these identities, where the construction falls apart, where it gets thin. This is where the mask reveals the most, not solid facts, but psychological clues. The end result is something incomplete and monstrous, a kind of genetic defect where real flesh must negotiate space with the imagined.
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