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Accessing skin as tactile language and body as archive, Skins invites and denies objectification, challenging invisibility and giving voice to what remains unsaid by unearthing connections between bodies and the events that shape them.

This ongoing body of work draws from personal and collective histories, seeking the truth of the body; remedying ongoing erasure and questioning touch, penetration, permission, violation and boundary. At the intersection of identity and experience, the work challenges subjugation and the marginalization of identities; paying homage to the complexity, strength and frailty encasing the human body.

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