The relationship between art, science and technology will converge in Phantom Perspectives, an exhibition that seeks to test the ocular and mental boundaries. By creating a dystopian reality that removes reason and control, we encourage audience participation.
The multi-disciplinary approach will interrogate our perspectives of reality through an immersive environment. Life is often regimented, controlled and reasonable, bearing the imprint of a socially constructed perspective. Yet, Phantom Perspectives seeks to present the intangible through representations of a new reality that can be attained through the removal of influence.
Subverting the traditional viewing experience, the exhibition presents one that encourages participation and active engagement of the audience. Through this interrogation of perceived normality, we can question our increasingly mechanised society by utilising art to blur the rigid perspectives that can be imprinted on our reality.