Room K24

October 18th, 2014

Room K24

Reports from sensory deprivation experiments have demonstrated the appearance of hallucinogenic visions or of highly pleasant states of consciousness that are still to be assessed. In Room K24 visitors are taken individually through an orchestration of stimuli with aural, olfactory, tactile and proprioceptive inputs. Instead of depriving the senses, the piece invites the public to depart on a composed journey. Inside the room, time and space will have no objective reference. A series of sensations will instigate the reset the of the visitor’s body.

This work is developed in collaboration with Ludmila Rodrigues


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