Who Am I? Who do they think I Am? April 6th-14th, 2015 Southwestern University Sarofim School of Fine Arts I use commercial human forms that once expressed the "beautiful" male or female body, the expected norm in today’s modern society. I explore the use of various materials not natural to the human body to elicit a response from the viewer to reexamine this context. Thus demonstrating the bondage the average person feels when confronted with the daily presentation of these body images. I aim to confront our expectations of the ideal body type as well as the sex and gender identity issues using materials that represent a web or barbed wire that binds us in an unnatural way to these so called perfect forms of female and male bodies.