This project began in 2016, when two of Maloy's yard sale Ken dolls fell in love with each other and officially declared themselves trans. They are very happy now.
These are non-binary trans bodies exploring a non-binary universe. Where plants are larger than life and dogs are giant mystical beasts. They are whimsical and cheeky, unconcerned with an external viewer and fully in the moment of their play. These are snapshots into a queer romance.
Still more can be said about their relationship to plastic bodies, interchangeable limbs, ubiquitous existence in second-hand stores, whiteness, masculinity, femininity, gender dysphoria, genitals, clothing struggles, privilege, sexuality, size, nostalgia, childhood, pop-culture, exes, etc. But, I'm just too tired today.