Crisis of the Visible (original title) addresses the importance of language, autonomy, and their absence—the absence of the individual voice. Generally my work explores the effects of failed utopias on identity, domestic silence, invisibility as a non-effect affect. This piece is part of a bigger series that visualizes voicelessness and uses appropriated voices to speak through them. In this case a recent recording of K. Horváth Zsolt's lecture: Maszk és önéletrajz is used as he presents the work of Erika Baglyas in Hungarian. Subtitles and subtitle-skippings generated from the lecture are part of the video piece.