There is a chapter in the Belgian theorist Luce Irigaray's Speculum of the Other Woman entitled 'On the Index of Plato's Works: Woman'. It is eight pages long and consists entirely of quotes from Plato's oeuvre which mention women. A poster by Jamie Crewe is a set of two posters which reproduce this chapter on one side, with each page at 1:1 scale, ready to be trimmed, folded or assembled. On the reverse is one of two photographs, both of which show an encounter with homoerotic photography. I, in a now-outmoded bearded form, took a photograph of a male friend, half undressed, but it is not this photograph that is seen; rather a second photographer, the artist Lindsey Mendick, documents this interaction, and her photograph is presented in the work.

In a small exhibition this work accompanied a stack of Women in Corydon according to my sister (2012), and the sculptural work Antinous defacement crushing an effeminate hand (2012).