It's been a while since I last wrote anything here, but maybe it's time again.
I think I know what I'm doing; it feels right, finally, so far.
Autoethnographic inquiry through creative practice: gender, identity and place.
Sounds familiar? well, I suspect we all do it all the time, one way or another.
What's changed for me is that I'm no longer looking back, quite so much, but looking at my feet and at the horizon; I'm here, not there, this is now, not then. This is more about 'becoming' I think, rather than the one sided act of relinquishing, so something is on the move in my head. I want to make my multiple 'selves'.
How a place informs our sense of self, how an audience views us within that place, how we view the audience, who we 'become' for them and for ourselves, is any of it a tangible reality worth pursuing?