Performing in busted homespun couture, artist Rene Medrano professes a raging fervor as the fabricated character of Suldoga. SULDOGA, a fashion performance, balances between genres high and low, theater and performance, masculine and feminine. In spite of personal inclination, the performance generates greater ideas about identity, judgment, and social stereotypes. The piece relates a certain solemnity through several layers of theatricality in a synergy of references including haute couture assembly, genderfuck drag, and spoken-word poetry. The fashion, a collection of seductive surfaces that attest to the superficiality of gender assignment and societal role-playing, is brought to life through movement and speech. This work is a narrative of a nude existence (despite its garishness) portrayed through an amplified version of nakedness. Common in Medrano's work, SULDOGA consists of a thoughtful concept addressing austere subject matter told through the humor and charm of glamorous materiality. SULDOGA is a spectacle of declarative fury, complex imagery, and ultimately a testament to the skin we all live in.