Liminal states of consciousness can be described as transitional or at a threshold; a state in which the mind is in limbo, neither absent nor present. The series explores this concept in relation to sleep, depicting the fleeting moments between dream world and reality, consciousness and unconsciousness. Megan conveys these ideas through creating a similar transitional, liminal quality to her artwork. Ambiguous portraits seem to appear out of the blackness, as if they could just as quickly fade away. In fact, when installed against a window as they are intended to be, they quite literally disappear and reappear as the natural light changes throughout the day. Some viewers will catch the artworks at a certain time and be able to see the sleeping figures, whilst others may entirely miss them unless they look closely. The artwork itself is in a liminal state. Through these methods Megan explores strange, unknown realms of consciousness in which sleep and reality collide.