My work will be featured in the upcoming thematic juried exhibition Art/Identity at Gallery 263 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I am represented in this show by Face value, a grid of approximately 270 Polaroid self-portraits taken over the course of a decade. This piece began at a very introspective time in my life, when I had the impulse to document the mundane aspects of day-to-day existence. Because I didn’t have a clear sense of how these pictures would be arranged, or whether this documentation was even important to my art practice, I was able to approach this project in a playful, experimental manner. Over time, I realized that this accumulation of photographs was a great format for charting my shifting, transformative sense of personal identity.