Brooklyn, New York-based non-binary artist Bug Adams. Sculptural expression has captured their attention. As they switch on the light or rip pieces of their artwork apart, they cling to the truth. They combine photography with a variety of mediums, including light, motion, and found objects. Red thread attached to new images created in the studio to archival and found pieces often directly from Bug’s religious past. This body of work reflects the suffocating regulations of the church on their queer identity. Guilt and shame are common emotions queer individuals face daily from those who have dedicated themselves to the church. Bug sews bits and pieces of themself into this body of work. Pushing for the triumph of being true to who they are while taking back the time lost trying to satisfy a god who never was there.