This series tells a story about my inner and outer selves and how they collide. When these two beings come together, they don't exactly make sense. Sometimes, I am seen in a way that does not reflect how I see myself. This outside perception comes to cover me like a costume. But I also can't help but to be myself, which is sometimes nothing like the costume. So instead of seeing something that readily makes sense, I will only know, and thus can only show, myself as a bricolage being.
When I first showed this series, I titled it I. Am. Dismantled. As if I am broken apart and pieced back together. As I thought more about the project, I decided to change the title. I. Am. Dismantled seemed definitive. As if other's re-creation of me is permanent. However, Who Is She? gives me the opportunity to create my own narrative and define myself. Rather than fixed parts, I'm more like a kaleidoscope, parts changing and shift at the flick of a switch.