My current exhibition is: Arta Through the Looking Glass. This exhibition is the start of something new for me, it reflects the experience of my transition so far. The work itself is the looking glass in which I see myself, a transitional space where I feel myself vacillating between masculine and feminine in the eyes of others. We all have this inner psychic self of our consciousness and it’s funny that we all dress up and pretend like we don’t. The immeasurable space between perception and reality is where we foster trust, love, faith and kindness. I’m showing this space to the world and I want the world to know that it’s ok, that it’s worth it to be vulnerable, it’s important to be vulnerable. I want more third gender identifying people to see themselves represented in art. Art can be intimate and honest, and it can be an opportunity for people to start communicating, questioning cultural narratives, and living more authentically.