Our brain, constantly juggles with sensorial inputs, re-adjusting, synchronising events to make them feel normal and reasonable. But, what is ‘normal’, if our conscious experience is a made-up 'brain reality'?
This project explores the possibility of an ‘Hyper-Normal’, where a distorted experience of reality is induced because of physical or psychological stresses, injuries, or training;
a space opening up new experiences, potentially providing new insights into people’s condition.
For instance, on expanding human lifespan whilst observing a certain quality of life: If our experience of time was twice slower, we would relatively live twice longer. This in turn lead to a series of ‘handicap objects’
limiting our physical abilities, hoping to force a slowed down perception of time. Once freed from the contraptions, we would get a much richer experience of time, potentially extending distorting our perception.