Rituals for A Nervous World

Rituals for a Nervous World

SFMOMA, San Francisco 2017

with Cloud Eye Control

 “Imaginary Tools for Self Diagnosis”   

Participants step into a series of three technological body scanning stations all with variable imaginary outcomes and visualizations of body functions. In the final station a “doctor”  generates a scribbled art object diagnosis, and issues a poetic and instructional prescription


“Psychic Blobs” 

Colorful amorphous creatures roam the museum as an embodiment of collective fears and unnamed anxieties, engaging with participants in various  stages of proximity and comfort

 “Psychic Armor Stations” 

An interactive station designed to give museum goers the

opportunity to construct psychic armor as a coping mechanism in an over saturated information landscape.