2011 / 2012
Flesh Prison is a fifteen minute, HD video that attempts to talk about the process of breaking down isolation in order to survive the trauma of day-to-day life. Gender confusion is a small price to pay for social progress. I define social progress as the visible presence of transgendered bodies in Flesh Prison. I am aware that others may not read my body as transgendered when viewing the video. However, this is how I choose to define my body and gender. People can learn to work around my definitions of gender because I have spent my life working around others’ definitions. I have the right and ability to exercise complete control over my flesh. It's mine. I live here. I don't rent. I am not borrowing it. My body belongs to me and I am going to do with it what I choose until I die. Gender as well as Flesh Prison becomes the performance of reclaiming psychological space.
"A glam queer horror film, hallucinatory and visceral and jarring, a blast of emotions." - The Phoenix
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