56″ x 56″, black and white photographs

Here a classroom chart of an “invisible” model man is juxtaposed with diagrams of common, often clicheed, sentences that make references to the human body (“She took heart,” “He was galled,” etc.). Each diagrammed sentence occurs near the part of the body to which it makes reference. To the side and behind the “invisible” man stands a girl or woman, presumably a student, gazing somewhat distrustfully at the model. The two become an awkward couple. Some of the sentences start to form a narrative sequence that refers to the couple, as in the group across the bottom of the piece: “She was footloose and fancy free,” “He couldn’t stand it,” “She put her foot down,” “He needed to get both feet on the ground.”