In She see see elements of the home and body are present but fetishized and reconstructed somewhere between alter and stage. The ironing board as a symbol of domesticity transforms into a fantastical form in an alternate existence, both dangerous and whimsical. Sloughed hair that is normally formless and reviled sprouts as text. Vaguely obscene shadows mark the walls, recalling theatrical shadow play and nighttime fears. The displaced familiarity encourages the viewer to consider whether they are meant to worship or be entertained.