What fascinates the artist in mannequins is (...) a mysterious existence full of unexpressed emotions we can only guess. How could mannequins show these feelings anyway? They are after all still and silent - at least to us. They provoke no reflection as they "exist on the margin of human perception", she says. What if we assume their "life" is just more discrete? So discrete it becomes imperceptible. The surreal inkling that such creations may hide their inner world from us is reason enough to start gathering evidence it does exist. After all, these artificial beings need a spokesperson to tell their story.