REVERB holds an embodied sense of how we shape each other by our relationships. Evidence is gathered from ten motherless daughters on how a motherʼs influence will echo and reflect inside us by moving in our shadow, both consciously and unconsciously, until it cannot be seen, heard or felt anymore. Our (mis)remembered past leaves a residue that leaks through our skin. When we penetrate this space by connecting with others who have endured a family disconnection, we will find we are not alone. A sense of interdependence can be found among the many voices, ours and others, who are lost in the conflicting notions of presence and absence that the body endures.