The bird, baubles and bright scrabble of text float into place, hovering somewhat capriciously before us as we try to solve their meaning in this ever-dissolving space.Pashak knows how to play with optics as much as imagery.The title line in the piece – a rare fully-encoded phrase from an artist known for his jabberwocky – refers to the question Mark Stroman put to a Texaco gas station worker before he shot him in the face.

The figure is conservatively dressed as a traditional domestic though her own features are expressive and unconstrained.

Appearing in context with the bird, lizard and rat beside her – a menagerie of lower order life – we question her value.

Before that, Adam Studied Broadcast Journalism and International Relations at Boston University. Adam joined Elite Daily as a Sports Writer in March 2015, having previously written for Complex Sports and the NASL’s New York Cosmos.

Before that, Adam Studied Broadcast Journalism and International Relations at Boston University.

The intrigue for illusionary visual space can be traced back to antiquity.

Painting broke free of its surface constraints in the Baroque period though perhaps only Caravaggio knew what to do with that projective freedom.

Or perhaps – following Foucault’s suggestion – we should question our own classificatory system. Indeed, the woman appears to be essentially herself; enigmatic as all great portraiture strives for.

The lenticular technology – this floating world – releases her, and us, to a more immersive consideration of meaning and individual value.

The angelic beauty of the hummingbird actually feels like an apparition, both transitory and transformative.

That the ‘effiusiveness’ of the piece literally pours out at us shows just how cunning the work seeks to be.

For those unaware, this isn’t the first time Teigen has posted a very real photograph of her legs.