My life is dictated by thoughts of my own identity and the guilt that those thoughts conjure. Where I find others easily answering simple questions about themselves, I find myself adding layers of questions upon questions. These additional inquires cause my answers to distort. “Am I a good person?,” becomes ‘a negative.’ I would rather create work about my inner thoughts than to converse about them. I find it is easier to deconstruct my identity in a creative manner than to acknowledge that there is a perceptual problem. However, if I am able to separate detrimental thoughts from the original question, then I am able to see a more accurate multi-dimensional self. The work represents a wall of questions obscuring the ideal self that I know to be inside, thus representing a blurring of who I am.