We first judge by looks (hence in the digital world everyone pretends to be doing great) and make assumptions, only after we get to know each other, we discover the hidden depths of the other. Like an iceberg, there is a lot underneath. Submerged explores these hidden feelings. Through intense sessions of submerging my friends in milk, I am able to capture their exposed thoughts and feelings. The milk isolates their features, revealing their inner selves through changes in skin tone and colors on the body. Even the slightest changes, the smallest highlights on the surface of the face, reveals something underneath. Asymmetry happens. No one is posing anymore, the inner self is exposed, no matter how long it takes.