invisible/visible combines print, video, and voice to explore the homogeneity of languages, the disappearing of native languages, and the feminist potential of imperceptibility, as theorized by elizabeth grosz.
with the pandemic our mouths are covered, we are speaking to each other via mediated screens, and writing in chats. singing has become something dangerous: the open mouth, an opportunity for harm. the traced monotypes for this piece can be viewed as viewfinders, representations of mouths, open eyes, the opening of caves. the song can be heard as an open mouth, a longing, a faraway cry.