Image: Video still, 2006
150 LIES MYTHS & TRUTHS
Performance-to-camera with projected labels A to Z onto expectant tummy
‘Within racialized forms of looking profound differences of history, culture and experience have often been reduced to a handful of stereotypical features, which are read as if they represent a truth of nature, somehow indelibly inscribed on the body. They are assumed to be “real” because they can be seen - difference, visible to the naked eye’ (Hall & Sealy, 2001).