Someone Else’s Silk is a collaboration between Errante and artist Prerna Chainani, designed to remind us of our shared humanity. The performance begins with sitters selecting a kimono from a collection of over 200 early Taishō to Mid-Shōwa pieces. Based on the selection, the artist’s determine the Sitter’s transformation using hair and make-up. During this process, they are not given the opportunity to see themselves in the mirror. Rather, they are asked to feel the metamorphosis through movement and touch. Only once the transformation is complete and they have been dressed in the kimono are they able to see their own reflection. They are then taken into the shooting room, where Chainani reveals the identity of the former owner of the garment via poetry or prose. She then leaves the room for Errante to take the portrait. Once the prints ready, a final performance is given: Chainani unveils to sitters their own portrait.