The body defines human experience, and we can never know life without its limitations. We reside within these objects like traveling homes, washing them, straining them, and living through time. Despite this inseperability, our experience of time is varied between the body and self. We are witness to a change that we are not entirely a part of, allowing us a multi-layered experience of time. Through this series of works on paper, I explore skin as metaphor for the temporality of human experience.