Trans-it-I-on | Juste Magazine
Misia-O’ Arles : quand la photo questionne le genre | Garcon Magazine
Misia O’ Brings Trans-It-I-On to London | Seen London
Trans-It-I-On | Wall Street International Magazine
ROUGH UK EXCLUSIVE: MISIA-O TALKS TRANS-IT-I-ON | Rough Online
Exhibition exploring Transgenderism and its role in society comes to London | FAD Magazine
Trans-It-I-On | Gallery 1885, London
Trans-It-I-on, questionnement autour du genre | Garcon Magazine
Misia-O’ Presents Trans-It-I-On | Artweek
Misia-O’ Presents Trans-It-I-On at the Camera Club Gallery | Artlyst
Misia-O’ Presents Trans-It-I-On | ArtRabbit
Overall, I feel that you are saying a lot by retaining the essential mystery of who a person is despite what surface cues tell us. As someone who gets a lot of information through visual channels, and who bases a great deal of understanding in those gleanings, I always find the question of representing gender to be extremely tricky. I often rely on what I see, and make conclusions based on that evidence. Your work helps me understand how I can see, but not know; I imagine that this uncertainty echoes the complexity of an individual’s personal search for self-actualization.
First of all, Misia-O’, I’d like to comment you for taking on a very complicated project. I’m especially impressed by how you have reduced the complexity of gender and identity to such clear statements—the focus on gesture, motion, ambiguity, and detail are beautiful evocative, and the captions you’ve assigned offer an elegant bit of additional information.