Screening of ‘Skin I’m In’ more than skin-deep

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Screening of ‘Skin I’m In’ more than skin-deep

Art and the power of transformation in Professor Broderick Fox’s newest documentary

By Vivien Reece

Identity is not a fixed thing, according to Fox. “There is that myth of the one harmonious individual,” Fox said, alluding to the idea that people should all look and behave similarly. This false idea of a single ideal identity caused him pain and confusion growing up and even through his documentary project. “A lot of heartache came from a search for identity. But identity is changing; there is no fixed destination,” he said. Just like art, Fox said, “Identity is a form of play and experimentation. We are always performing and changing, and there is a joy in that too.” Read full article

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