White, Brown,Yellow, is a performance that exists across video, spoken-word and installation.
“I guess I can kinda see the Filipino in you”
“But you don’t look like a Ferguson?”
“You’re so Asian”
“You’re so white”
My surface blocking the way in.
This heart divides, I’m the growth on the outside.
Learning what is my birth right.
Rejecting what is perceived, assumed and assigned.
Boundless, passing through
and between identity itself.
“What nationality are you?”
“Where are you from?”
“Where are you really from?”
I’m my White Dad,
I’m my Brown Mothers,
and I’m both my Brothers,