To be invisible is to be incapable of being perceived by the eye. The Invisible is considered the unseen or the spiritual world. Invisible Place explores the intangible aspects of our reality.

Each of these works is created from a 19th century bobbin lace pattern. By using unconventional material and scale, the unknown enters the equation. The pattern acts as a map for the process, but it cannot fully dictate the outcome. Just like our lives, it is unclear what the piece will become until the process is over and the lace is unpinned and taken off the pattern.

The lacework is faint and traced by its own shadow. It appears to be absent from the physical world until it is activated by light. The light creates a shadow in space displaying a memory of former matter that now exists as a distorted impression.