Dig-nificant Metamorph video represents dignified defiance fuelled by life experiences as a black person and the marginalized temperance.
This piece is an adage to persons of the marginalized. This is photography and moving image content, and sound and audio are interwoven to create the video art. The use of self-photography came from re-examining the image of Rosa Parks on The Bus and imaging her thoughts and action, using the clenched fists as symbolism for her comments in her autobiography, she thought, "The time had just come when I had been pushed as far as I could stand to be pushed, I suppose. I had decided that I would have to know, once and for all, what rights I had as a human being, and a citizen" Rosa Parks
(February 4, 1913–October 24, 2005)
The artwork's title derives from the two words: Dignified and Significant.
"Dignified" is regal in meaning when applied to someone, while "Significant" is noticeable in leading to an important change. The artwork has latched onto these two definitions of the words, responding to this systemic catalyst within the marginalized.