Questioning the critical relations between “identity” and “identification”, the series of portraits explores the possibilities of the extension of the self beyond the body, and its problematic interaction with the milieu. The seven portraits allegorically allude to the seven deadly sins – pride, gluttony, greed, envy, lust, wrath and sloth –, attempting to challenge their common axiological understanding. Color silver film. Hasselblad. 50x50cm.