Nicole Eisenman was known for a similar tendency. She said that her early solo exhibitions looked like group shows. Sounds like a good show to me; I like it when people articulate disparate parts of themselves and present them all together. It allows me to continue to piece it all together long after I've seen the works.
It also seems very honest and courageous. Like, there are certain aspects of ourselves that we bring out for our friends, while there are other aspects that we bring out in a job interview, or around an uncle. What a relief to be able to articulate and externalize different facets of the self and present them all in the same room, and then assure people that it's all me, the me that you see here.