Weber explores the ontological relationships between labour, evolution and the term ‘invisibility’ within our 24-hour world. Invisibility relates to - concealment, earnings from the sales of non-tangible commodities, and is commonly associated with fantasy and science fiction. Weber recognises the underlying asynchronous relationship between our human 24-hour circadian rhythms and the rhythm of a city. Both of these are evolving and are being consistently pushed beyond ‘normal’ limitations. Using a laconic humour, Weber masks the darker realities of our new non-linear, arrhythmic patterns which have become ideal for consumption or production at any time of the day or night.