“Who’s an Indian? If you’re part Indian, what’s the other part?” Luna once asked. “How does that influence you? Does it make you less? Does it make you more? I don’t have an answer . . . but that’s part of my work, questioning that.” In this triptych the artist, who was a mixed-race Indigenous person, portrays himself in three views, like a police mug shot. His left profile shows him with long hair, an earring, and a clean-shaven face, while his right reveals cropped hair and a mustache. The center, frontal view presents his whole face, split down the middle by the two hairstyles.
Gallery label from 2022