I notice it: how I'm slowly getting less certain, confused, 

dissolving into the daily air, coarse tatter of myself, frayed

and rugged at the cuffs. I understand: 

I've lived another year, and that's a hard thing to do. 

To move one's heart almost a hundred times a minute every day!

Just to live another year one has to die over and over

(Ángel González - Birthday Party)

 
 

So Much To Tell You (2015) is concerned with the illusive nature of self-acceptance and self-love. Encompassing ideas about body image, sensuality and the effects of shame, the images are a record of a time;  a memento of a concentrated effort to study (and desire to put space between) malignant feelings of self-doubt and uncertainty.