The Invisible Man, double-sided ink jet print (8" x 6") between glass plates on wooden pedestal, 2015.

Recreation of a page taken from H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man. It describes the moment of becoming invisible, an in-between stage when the man is able to see through his transparent eyelids, able to see his blood and skeleton through his transparent skin. The two-sided print embodies this passage by mimicking the effect of light passing through the paper revealing the text from the other side of the page. Even though there is no light actually shining through the opaque page, it appears that you are seeing through it, no matter which side you look at it from.The oil prints left from my hands remain visible on the glass.