Julia Gfrörer has done it again, with another twisted and eerie affair. There’s a timeless quality to all of Gfrörer’s work that comes from the understated nature of both her line drawings and her sparse narratives, that merge to create an unmatched feeling of discomfort. In Vision, a spinster tasked with taking care of a demanding sister-in-law and disappearing brother begins a sexual relationship with a talking mirror. To give away any more than that would be amiss, as Vision slowly unravels to reveal the delicately constructed nature of human existence. Creepy, erotic and vunerable, this is not one to read before bed.