Self-portrait 6.14.90 1990 Manipulated Polaroid print
￼ "I was my own Peeping Tom. Because of the absence of people I could do anything, and if it wasn’t good I could destroy it without damaging myself in the presence of others. In that sense I was my own clay. I formulated myself, I mated with myself, and I gave birth to myself. And my real self was the product—the polaroids."
— Lucas Samaras