Borrowing its title from a 1980 Peter Gabriel rock song, the present work places the viewer at the precipice of the metaphorical void. Across the lower edge of each photograph from the pool deck, Gory constructs his existential narrative, diving deep without coming up for air:
"Its only water in a strangers tears Like a swimmer trapped beneath a layer of ice, I keep searching for an air-hole.../...but I never find one. I've swum for a lifetime holding my breath. I can't think how the rest of you manage it. / We are blind--dazzled by the future. We never perceive what lies before us, never foresee the next moment until it hits us in the face. We see only what we have already seen, in other words, nothing. / I can't be the only one to have noticed, I am not that smart. They've merely agreed not to talk about it. / As blindly as we all do throughout our lives, never knowing what the next moment will bring, or wether [sic] our next step will land us on terra firma or send us tumbling into the void. / It seemed to me that I'd landed up in the wrong dream or the wrong world, or that I myself was wrong for this world - or dream, as the case may be. / If its true that I'm just a collective dream - that you dreamed me from the first, that I've never existed outside the minds of my audience - then I beg you from the bottom of my heart, to release me. Dream of something else from now on, not of me. / I can't endure it any longer. I don't expect you to wake up. Sleep on for as long as you please, and sleep sound, but dream of me no more. / Tell me something, ladies and gentlemen: what becomes of a dream when its dreamer awakes? Nothing? Does it cease to exist?"