#SECRETSELFIES invited teenage patients at Bristol's Haemotology and Oncology Centre to create mini, abstract and sculptural self-portraits exploring identity. The portraits were made using air-drying clay so they could be immediately installed on mini-plinths in the unit and left to dry for patients to take home when they are discharged. 

The sculptures ranged from a heart shaped bump from a young patient who is pregnant, to a stitched over mouth from a mother who felt she talked too much, to a hole-riddled ball from an art student exploring Tripophobia - the fear of small holes.