My Constructed Image is a project using found imagery across 3 timelines of myself, my sister, and my mother. These collages attempt to question the function of identity, and more specifically, Plato's idea surrounding a fixed 'soul'. Identity is a concept that is most affected by time. As our physical entity is manipulated by time, so is our identity and the relationships formed around us. constructed and framed by hand, I wanted to emphasise the domestic nature of this exploration. Therefore, these constructed images not only show me and my family members ageing, but also connecting us through time as a way of celebrating family, how identity is constructed, and most of all, womanhood.