Combining CT Scan imagery and digital self-portraiture, Seen Through aims to explore and heal my relationship with visibility and perception. From early adolescence, visibility was not a desirable state. If I was to be seen, it meant that I had failed. Perception meant that I had, in some way, slighted the people who I was supposed to please. So I was still; extremely quiet and flying under the radar. I hid myself, stuffing myself and my feelings down until I was completely flat. Unseen, unheard, and undesired. In recognition of this past, I render myself completely visible from the inside out, displaying my physical form in totality to the viewer.