‘Changing Room’ by Rebecca Parfitt

    At the photo-automat, I exchanged 24 selves for 24 frames. It started with a beret, then sunglasses, then I thought, what-the-hell, and started shedding. At the Saigon Street cafe I sat on someone else’s table and peeled the skin off a summer roll. Inside an abandoned margarine factory in Kreuzberg I pondered the face of a Geisha I had spray-painted onto a whitewashed … Continue reading ‘Changing Room’ by Rebecca Parfitt