Underneath the Skin challenges our personal suppositions of soul and what remains after the body is gone. Without a body, we are neither male, female, short, tall, pretty, frail, hungry, tired, cold, amorous athletic, nor forgetful. As the body may be thought of as a temporary skin that houses the soul, then what is the nature of what lies underneath the skin? The multiplicity of meanings of the term "skin" and its psychological components are mirrored in de-familiarized skin imagery and abbreviated digitization. Forming meaning from the fast-moving text is similar to the activity that one engages in while trying to determine the nature of oneself by decoding and arranging the clues and events that occur over the time span of experience.