Asylum mirrors

This project is a visual expression of my everyday frustration, fear, the attempt of refusal, and portraitures of depression. It keeps coming regardless of time, place or age. It is a never-ending conflict of who I am and who I am supposed to be. Gender may be partially responsible for certain hormones and emotions. But for the rest society has to be accountable for forcing a gender to feel and live the way it wants her to be. It feels like living in a house of mirrors with self-conflicting and rebellious identities.

Asylum mirrors
Color photographs, 2014.