(In)Visible explores subjective experiences of time; simultaneous looking into and through another body; and the intersection between aural and visual experiences. The exhibition includes two experimental animations and a series of small-scale paintings. Transit (7:45) focuses on an experience of moving through time-space as a driver. Inside a Waterdog’s Head (6:54) portrays the world seen and felt by my dog, recently diagnosed with a rare type of cancer. While the two time-based works evoke a sensation of passing through a flux of time, the gouache painting series, Still Frames, offer a moment to contemplate the spaces contained in fractions of seconds.