In this 3-piece installation against the wall, peer labelling at school is the source from where the lexical units are excerpted to work with.
An emotional turmoil catches spectators unaware in their own historical closet.
In such a domestic support as the schoolchildren's uniform, the presence of sandpaper, pencil and black stitches are crucial for this work coming to fruition.
What are we if we are not defined by ourselves or others? What do we do with these abrasive and uncomfortable labels becoming deeply rooted within us?