J P's interdisciplinary practice is truly inspiring, as it seeks to explore light, color, fabric, thread, site-specific installation and performance in a unique way. It speaks to a bicultural and bigendered state, and how to navigate the liminality of this world and beyond. It is a reflection of the struggle for safety, of synthesizing tensions and collapsing genres, spaces, identities and norms. The work is powerful and has the ability to come off the walls, integrate personal stories and cultural symbols, and inhabit the body. It is an incredible exploration and a reminder of the potential of the human spirit.