Untitled (Self-portrait) recontextualizes skin as a surface and equates it with art surfaces such as paper. The piece looks closely into moles as markers of one’s genealogy and its intergenerationality. It acknowledges these dots as points of reference on the skin and as the data that we carry on it. The collection of moles on one’s body surface, when looked at independently, resembles star constellations: a collection of data that is traditionally used to gain information on one’s life or predict one’s future. Untitled (Self-portrait) reduces the self to an abstract form, provides charted data of the self, and asks the audience to fill in the portrait based on the information offered.