Gola was shot in Brazil and sheds new perspectives on transnationalism by celebrating the positive outcomes which develop from negative ancestral displacements. Exploring and expanding the limits of territory and personal versus collective space. Being conscious of how politically charged the basic act of crossing a line has become, she asks us to look beyond and imagine the possibilies that arise from cross-cultural lifestyles. Fundamentally GOLA (advance and retreat) celebrates the positive outcomes which develop from negative ancestral displacements. This collection uses disguise to conceal disguise. The therapeutic design, craft and manufacturing processes applied when mutating, disguising and repurposing military garments are the vehicle for social healing.