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The struggle to be comfortable in one’s own skin can be long and arduous.

Yet trying to force a change due to dysphoria (either mental, body-image related, ego/personality related etc) can be more suffocating…

Only acceptance of one’s true form and one’s authentic nature, followed by the shedding of insecurity-based constructs and the need to hide in conformity, will let one breathe free again, revealing the individual.


Film documentation from performance at Surgery Slave, 2017.

Second performance at "Surgery Slave" pop-up show:  photography by Zac Zenza, footage from the performance
First private performance, documented by James Crouch                        
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