This documentary exhibition seeks to bring general public closer to trans (transvestite, transgender, transsexual) and nonconformist gender identities throughout history. This approach is based primarily on the understanding that no one – not science, religion or psychology – can tell another person what he is, whether “man,” “woman,” “intersex,” “gay, Lesbian “,” transgender “,” transvestite “or” transsexual “, nor what seems” feminine “or” masculine. “
The exhibit attempts to be as inclusive as possible with the the totality of expressions embodied in trans * and nonconformist gender identity. Thus it has tried to include both the self-representation and the representation of these identities.
“What we see is not ask” alludes to the capacity we all have to self define both our gender and our sexuality, without another person having more moral authority over our own gender identity.