In the show, New York-based Loaf presents part of her "Slipknot Collection"—an ongoing fan-art project consisting of videos, drawings, handmade masks, and appropriated materials all pertaining to the masked, nu-metal band. Her Instagram handle (@nandi_loaf) is written on nearly all of her work or is tacked onto the end of her videos, acting like a watermark or signature. One drawing on notebook paper, which Loaf drew in middle school, features singer Corey Taylor surrounded by stylized red ballpoint-pen flames, along with versions of the Slipknot and Korn logos and middle school marginalia that says "shutthefuckup" and "I'm not angry I am upset." This drawing, kind of a relic, is framed, and her other drawings in the show, which were done more recently, seem modeled off it. Two of those more recent drawings depict individual members of Slipknot, and another features Paul Gray in his pig mask, GG Allin, and Ol' Dirty Bastard among lyrics to Slipknot's 'Til We Die'—sort of a memorial to fallen icons, as all three of them died of overdoses. These drawings are super well rendered in graphite and colored pencil—one even uses the same flames as the middle school drawing—and encased in Plexiglas. They illustrate both the progression of her technical skill and this notion of the manic artist who never lets go of an idea, or a subject, or a concept.