My practise involves creating tangible experiences of the imperceivable. We experience many things which are temporal and intangible but still have a lasting impact on our lives, such as emotions. This body of work explores the idea of a world in which our anxiety occupies a physical state instead of a mental one. It explores how society could be effect by this, and also, contrastingly, how society could come to capitalize this phenomena. Through its satirical nature, the work aims to instigate a dialogue surrounding consumerism, societal views of mental health and how the two interact.