An immersive sound, light, embodiment performance, Limbs reflects on the emotions of loss of loved ones and perspectives. The artist is suspended at the center of a minimalist tetrahedral cage with five additional limbs and two additional faces. Enclosed in a reflective suit that erases the distinction between the real and the prosthetic, she creates a spare, orchestral composition using herself as a marionette whose limbs are attached to sound-generating strings. With the removal of each limb, the composition is diminished until nothing remains. Gressman’s work dissects the abstractions of intersectional identities using performative auto-vivisections, spectacle, and sonicity.