Intangible is a multi-disciplinary installation incorporating video, sound and text. The video includes repetitive, but yet rhythmic close-up details of the mundane corners in the day-to-day life; while, the sound takes a slow move from breathing and atmospheric ambient sounds into to lulling sounds of violin layering upon one another. The text stating, “What does it mean to experience time resonating throughout my body like some frequency beyond my senses? I am sensing a moment unfelt. A moment intangible,” which can only be read if one pays close enough attention to their surroundings. The work creates a space which invites the viewer to come and sit in order to be consumed by discomfort and feelings of overwhelming isolation. The empty space in which the video is displayed is filled by the sound while the text addresses the ideas of feeling like these moments of intangibility can provide a sense of not just agony, but solace. Not everything has to have an answer, even the most horrific feelings of discomfort, sadness and dread. Intangible is a project that is okay with no answer to these feelings of isolation.