The notion of identity and exploring our other ‘selves’ is a subject that has influenced the work of Canadian photographer and digital media artist Pierre Dalpé for more than 20 years. Initially Dalpé used photography to explore his own ideas around identity. During his university years he was drawn to the drag scene in Montreal as he explains. “At that time I was going out to clubs and many of my friends were doing drag. I was experimenting with that too, and I thought it would be interesting to create portraits around that theme”.
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