Shot over two days using only one drag queen. The subject takes the central position in his original form. Hands outstretched to encompass the many facets of his/her existence.
Inspired by the painting we all know, this piece follows the theme that the subjects were never known personally by any of us. The Last Supper presents a cadre of people from all walks of life, from many places who have the courage to present themselves as they are, who they are. As skeptics we still question those at the table. The subjects in this dramatic piece put in front of us the same question, who are we to judge others. What are they thinking, what are they telling us, what are our stereotypical positions? Are we to accept them as who they are, as we have accepted those that sat and dined together long before or do we symbolically tear off the layers of society’s pre-conceived notions and perceptions and draw our own conclusions.