In Untitled (Small Hanging) (1968), a flattened body is bent over
a bar, the human silhouette looking emptied out, even disposable. The Hanging piece actually belongs to a series of the same name,
one for which Kogelnik is still well-known. Early in her time in New
York, the artist started using her friends—including Lichtenstein—as models,
tracing the contours of their bodies on paper, cutting out the silhouettes, and
using the flattened forms in her compositions.