Morph displays a ditching of mood and metaphor for thought-terminating clichés. The series is a calm abandon through repetition and pattern of hackneyed representations of truisms—from butterfly as a symbol of change, to colorful palettes as representation of bliss. The automation in stereotyping pertains to the artist’s perception of imaging—mostly an empty façade, multiplied for profit. Here, the society of imaging (and vice versa) works through a reiteration of vacancy, whose byproduct reveals a mapping of dislocation and, in order to cope, a constant transformation.