The linear image of the tangled crochet, steel, and other mixed mediums is a reflection of each person’s societal obligations. The web represents the sociological forces of the super-ego that bind an individual’s self to the community or the lack thereof. The light cast through the work reveals textures in the materials and creates secondary imagery in the shadows reverberating the vastness and voids of the super-ego. Superficially, my work is appealing in its use of texture, color, light, and visual contrast. However, this installation derives from my obsessive, repetitive work in crocheting and my examination of the idea of comfort.