Sensory Habitation - Versionfest-Chicago 2006
Based on the ideas of Brion Gysin's Dream Machines, Sensory Habitation was a weekend long participation based installation. People were asked to sit inside of a deprivation chamber while wearing headphones that made an audible click while a strobe light was inset at eye level (both set at 300 bpm) with their eyes closed.
The participant would be alerted after five minutes and asked to draw their visual experience as best they could with markers on paper.
The results of this were then all cut up and randomly reassembled as a large collage.