Kim Kei evokes the body without depicting the figure as a form. The body is implied by mimicking the skin's surface providing an opportunity for empathy in looking closely at wrinkles, the body's acquired marks though time, injury, and illness. The unnameable forms unfurl, contort, and meet seemingly of their own vitality revealing what we attempt to keep hidden. The movement brings these unruly parts of ourselves fully to the surface as if to say. “It’s okay to look, we’re still alive and notice how we’re touching.