Blurring boundaries between painting and sculpture as well as craft and fine art forms, Alter Egos draw on a mash-up of fashion, familial, artistic, historical and theatrical references to summon a multitude of characters typical of Hatty's playful approach. Mobilising behaviours and processes particular to the material dispositions of cloth - textiles bend, fold, fray, caress, are cut, stitched and made into new objects - Hatty crafts tactile assemblages exploring the frictions within undoing and remaking. Whilst these works appear to be abstract, they are titled after popular women's names of the 1920s and 30s: Hilda, Dorothea and Maud connect the work to an era of social change, with new rights and shifting roles for women. But just like our day-to-day identities, each Alter Ego is unique, with its own origin story, its own personality, and distinct character.