Bathrooms have always been a sacred space for society's “undesirables.” It is a sanctuary for drug users, the homeless, the lonely, the ridiculed, the physically and mentally ill, and all people who menstruate. OASIS is an ongoing project that explores the emotional terrain of these spaces. The project is currently made up of two pieces: a series of self-portraits and a site-specific multimedia installation featured as part of the TTLG Art Show in 2017. The former examines misogynistic criticism of the bathroom mirror selfie and reclaims it as an empowering form of self-portraiture. The latter aims to “lift the veil” for those who see the restroom as a purely utilitarian space and hold its chronic inhabitants at arm’s length.