Transforming Felix Feneon’s, “Three-lined Novels” artist Joanna Neborosky captures the best of these enticing short stories in stunning illustrations and collages. Sometimes profound, and often perplexing, these visual snapshots of historical micro-narratives offer a bizarre and inside perspective into the mind of Feneon and the world around him. Alike the micro-narratives Neborosky’s images are up for interpretation, transforming Feneon’s stories even further. Thus allowing for the viewer to project their inner thoughts onto the pieces of artwork. Relating the artwork to ones self allows for a deeper understanding of the pieces, pulling out meanings the author could have never imagined. Neborosky’s and FenEon’s work flows together seamlessly, creating new ways of representing the world and experimental writing through absurd comic tragedies.