Within her work, Berlin-based self-taught illustrator Adrienne Kammerer follows the logic of unconscious. With its anarchic and gothic depiction of impossibly entangled, androgynous bodies, the worlds Kammerer's work inhabits exists in-between: they must resist the coherence of a narrative, and are often fragmented and apparently arbitrary. Her artwork haunts the periphery: occupying vague pasts, presents, and futures. Immersing us in her world, Kammerer's animated objects are a mediation of the possibility of universes not cogently known. By excavating the charged moments when anxiety seeps into and contaminates the illusion of a sealed universe, Kammerer offers more surprising ways of being in the world.