Silence Makes Us All Liars (2012) is a continuation of collaborative work between her family and her partner. Her work examines the longing to confess and mediate a language through gesture and silence between the confessor and the unreciprocated other. Using photography, video and performance, she illustrates a non-linguistic form to communicate a message that inevitably fails to be translated as its original state. The placement and interaction of bodies that happen in the work and the installation attempts to broaden the possibilities of truth between one and another to unveil what is not represented in words. Through physical and virtual collaborations with her family, she questions the limits of language and the possibility for a message to exist without meaning, a revelation that falls short to be a confession.