This piece is based on a real, vulnerable experience I had when dealing with depersonalisation disorder last year, during the height of the pandemic. Through digital manipulation I aim to encapsulate the all-encompassing panic and anxiety that comes with a dissociative disorder and the terrifying inability to recognise one's own face and actions. By positioning the camera outside of the car window, I aim to replicate the ‘out of body’ experience many sufferers encounter as if one is watching themselves from the third person through a glass screen. Feeling mentally detached from your own being is a frightening experience, let alone having to mask such internal disruption in order to carry out daily tasks. With this work I aim to exhibit that anxious feeling and to personify what it means to question your own sanity and being.