Judith G. Levy’s work explores complexity, commonality and contradiction in personal stories, historical narratives and socio-cultural issues. Levy frequently uses found objects, found photographs and found video footage in her work. She uses her queer gaze to examine memory, authenticity, and desire, while she reconfigures and recreates in order to describe departures from traditional understandings and to create new meanings. Levy’s use of repetition is one of the ways she destabilizes commonly held beliefs and explores how traditional assumptions are shaped and revised. Her work pushes language and imagery to reflect and to more accurately represent an ever-changing world, one in which concepts of identity are often center stage. She reveals junctures where self-definition, interpersonal relationships, culture, and history wrestle to establish meaning.