The exhibition revolves around ideas of constructed identities, social labelling and stereotypes. It brings to the space new and recent artworks by Lucas Blalock, Simon Denny, Maggie Lee, Woody Othello, Hannah Perry, Lui Shtini and Anna Uddenberg. All these artists play with these socially constructed identities, and dramatically alter their forms so to expose the frailty and vulnerability that is hidden behind their naïveté. The creative alteration of social stereotypes that is presented in this group show leads to a multitude of misunderstandings that is precisely what these artists look for in their yet different practices. Indeed, such transformations and subsequent misinterpretations provide those forms, bodies and objects with the possibility of a defence in front of the inquisitive eye of the viewer. Their metamorphosis occurs as a way to safeguard the still unexpressed potentialities of their identities, that may want not to be completely seen, even when they ask to be seen differently.