In my recent and ongoing body of work, Pantyhose Self-Portraits, I continue my exploration of personal and collective
female identity. Pantyhose is rife with dualities: hiding/revealing, constricting/expanding, visible/invisible, beautiful/ugly, etc.
I use the nylons in unusual, provocative, and often surreal ways. The object wraps, covers my head, becomes a straightjacket
of sorts, spills from my body like psychic entrails, entangles my limbs, and a myriad of other scenarios. These images reference
issues of not only gender, but also aging and sexuality.