We are surrounded by written language. Constantly throughout the day we process words, sentences, paragraphs. We are able to recognize letters and their sounds, and understand what they mean when combined with other letters. But do we ever pay attention to the letters themselves? At their core, they are just basic shapes, both curvilinear and geometric. With this piece, my goal was to see if I could change the way letters are "read". When placed in unrecognizable sequences, turned left, right and upside down, or placed in repetitive patterns, do our brains still perceive these recognizable shapes as letters, or can they be transformed into something strictly visual?