In sunlight the shadow of human bones are meticulously outlined on paper using coloured pencil. Overlapping each other, the lines record the motion of the sun across the sky. The resulting images are reminiscent of misaligned colour registration found in printing and television. Our mind's eye naturally tries assimilating these lines into one unified image. Similar to the artwork, 'Serpentine Project', the flickering motion of the drawings become a vibration that evokes thoughts on the cycles of life and death.