To depict a visualization of silence, I chose Hannah Hoch's Bouquet of Eyes. It is a work that uses disparate elements to create something unsettling but also beautiful. Like Hoch's work, silence is a powerfully affective experience that causes a distinct response in each individual. It strengthens one or multiple senses, in many cases vision, but does not merely use the eye as a window through which to look but also often puts the self in the position of the object, giving time for self-reflection. It is isolating, unifying, and can appear like one thing while simultaneously being something wholly different.