ONGOING - This performance is meant to explore my relationship with the name Angel Garcia and its associated image. I've chosen to focus on the character named Angel Garcia from the film noir Key Largo (1948), played by the late Dan Seymour. He is a Cuban man, employed by a gangster as one of his servants, that is involved in one of his boss' hairy dealings which is taking place in a hotel in South Florida. The noir, generally filmed within archetypal parameters, assumes an authority of its characters' identities or roles. As well, patriarchal systems do not bend to alternative representations of tradition, i.e. Angel Garcia is traditionally a man's name. Thus, can a woman be Angel Garcia? And is there an archetypal form for this name? Who can I ask, if not Angel Garcia? And is one's identity subject to their name?