I presented this, still unnamed, doll in an installation where she sat on the floor among furniture that matched her clothes, using fabric from the Anchor/Cradle, and a silent doll-sized television made from paper clay. The T.V.projected blue light. I see the installation as an extension of the personal interventions I've been doing. I'm not sure yet if I'm identifying the doll as a self portrait, but in this case it did represent the state of mind that I was in at the time; introspective and low energy.
The hat that she is wearing is an ookpik (or arctic owl) made of seal skin and was originally made by Margaret Kanayok. I later altered it to be a hat.