The Story of A, B, C, D, E, F

Taking inspiration from various approaches of image-making, from advertising to family archive, this body of work explores the implications of sexuality on shaping identity formation and the assimilation of cultural references regarding homosexuality.
Many of these pictures are made of things I possess and which are occasionally displayed in my own house. From a personal letter that a friend once posted on Facebook (which his mother had sent him two decades ago) to a daguerreotype of two men together and a family photo of my husband dressed up as a superhero when he was 5 years old, these images are compiled in the context of sexual orientation. They relate to the psychological complexities inherent to the construction of one’s cultural history.