SÝN in Icelandic can be understood both as the act of seeing and as a vision that can be understood either literally or as pointing towards a more subconscious inner vision. Both the work SÝN II and Impression II observe physiological and psychological boundaries. Impression II is an image of a body weighed down by hundreds of glass spheres. The spheres are like a membrane that distort and define the body underneath. SÝN records the movement of forced breathing from underneath the heavy load of glass spheres depicted in the work Impression II. The boundary is an important aspect of both works and the glass spheres which appear light, but are heavy appear both as a protecting shield and as an oppressing boundary that distorts and manipulates our perception.