Seeing, and its counter-part, feeling looked-at, are at the heart of this multi-media installation. Viewers shift between the positions of viewer and viewed in a space which resembles the backstage of a burlesque theatre containing a table with clothing and a video showing the artist wearing these clothes as she emerges through a curtain onto a stage. The viewer echoes this action as they enter the main space of the installation through the back of a red theatrical curtain and are met with a spotlight shining on them. In the position of the audience sit tiny video monitors sketching a shadowy figure. A verbal translation of the first minute of a pornographic film is narrated repeatedly, in which personal pronouns shift in an unstable relation to one another.