Gender

I meditate on my own body during the process of gender affirmation surgery. While it is only one part of who I am, the discrimination that trans women experience all over the world, as well as reduced chances of thriving and significantly shortened life expectancy, demands consideration. I experience exclusion in every facet of my personal and professional life as a matter of course.

Becoming

Displays images of my body before and after gender affirmation surgery as the second largest zoetrope in the world, as well as a flip book, to shatter the stereotypes of before/after of transgender lives, 2007-2010

Eat Me Damien

Sculpture, formaldehyde-protected testicles removed during surgery, 2011

The Gender Project

Exploring what is the minimal amount of visual detail that determines gender, as well as using negative space, multiple exposure self portraits, 2002-2003

Becoming, a gender flip book
becoming flip book
Becoming, Busan Biennale 2010
installation of becoming
Becoming plans
Becoming cad plans.
becoming, installation process, busan biennale 2010 Photos, steel, makrolon, motor, light, wood, foil, cloth, 300cm width. 230cm high (Zoetrope)
becoming, installation process, busan biennale 2010 Photos, steel, makrolon, motor, light, wood, foil, cloth, 300cm width. 230cm high (Zoetrope)
becoming, installation process, busan biennale 2010 Photos, steel, makrolon, motor, light, wood, foil, cloth, 300cm width. 230cm high (Zoetrope)
becoming, installation process, busan biennale 2010 Photos, steel, makrolon, motor, light, wood, foil, cloth, 300cm width. 230cm high (Zoetrope)
becoming, installation process, busan biennale 2010 Photos, steel, makrolon, motor, light, wood, foil, cloth, 300cm width. 230cm high (Zoetrope)
Becoming, Busan Biennale 2010
installation process of Becoming at the Busan Biennale 2010
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Becoming flipbook
becoming flipbook
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"Eat Me Damien" 2011 artists surgically removed formaldehyde preserved testicles approximately 3 x 2 x 2 cm
Garbaz--Eat Me Damien, 2010--shot II Feldman Gallery "Have We Met Before?"
"Eat Me Damien" 2011 artists surgically removed formaldehyde preserved testicles approximately 3 x 2 x 2 cm
Garbaz--Eat Me Damien, 2010--shot I
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both of us imacon
Yish all of us 2
yish 2.1
G_4 of me nice line 2
G_bra strap 2
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