In Underneath the artist rips out words from current newspapers and places them one by one down on a table. The image of the collected words is simultaneously projected onto a wall. The artist then takes the words to create a paper maché mask on her face, which she next covers in red and peels off her face.
In Bathing in Others' Lives the artist showers herself in blood, simultaneously the image is projected with a multiple feedback onto a wall. The artist then changes the projected image by turning the camera onto the audience and filming their reaction to the work.
In Self Portrait the artists’ face is projected onto a wall. She draws onto a Plexiglas surface placed in between the camera and her, through which she manipulates the projected image.