Hart's self-portraiture engages with disability art as it focuses on a self-representation that explicitly rejects and complicates traditional representations of breast cancer survivors and people with impairments/disabilities.
"Created during a time of imminent loss, these silkscreen and aquatint prints explore how relationships—between loved ones and with oneself—both fall apart and are rebuilt when affected by devastating circumstances."
"I had shaved my head, and strangers would ask if I had joined the Army...I bought a uniform at an Army supply store and dressed for the camera. I sought to catalog dangerous affects that could blow my cover—a gaping mouth, a gaze." Self-portraits.