These layered images are being fitted inside a box, with a small distance of a couple of centimetres between each piece of acetate. At the front of the box I made, the viewer is a small peephole from a door. This creates a fish-eye view which plays with the scale of the depth inside the box. The back of the box is open to allow light in, however as I develop this work I would like to create boxes which are entirely closed in and therefore must have lighting installed inside. The city is appropriate subject material, as cities light up in darkness and I think very small individual lights would recognise this. I would also try other materials, different papers for example, to experiment with the use of silhouettes.