We carry roles, our bodies, faces and behaviours in relation to the surrounding norms and ideals. By dressing in certain clothes, act within a context or show behaviour we can take position against or for something. We create a physical identity through which we will be seen, known and judged, but it can also be as protection, a mask or armour. My work is a norm critical investigation of bodily identity through ceramic sculpture, where I examine and criticize the usage of roles, identities of the body and for what purpose they are made and worn. The body is always present and a basic condition to experience and make objects; it is the subject, the object and the execution.