Michele Marcoux explores ideas surrounding personal identity, specifically female identity as a form of haunting. Marcoux's starting point is a dream she had in 1979, using this experience, and other dreams, childhood iconography and stories from growing up as an identical twin, to inform her object making. The objects act as a means to record rituals, attempting to conjure the self, referencing the dual existence of the notion of self, as something to be feared but also protected.
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