black window blind (Horizontal), projector, radio, computer
50 x 86 x 70″ (horizontal-blind)
dimension varies


This installation work requires the durational commitment of viewers to reveal the delicate nuances between moments to examine the time-based changes and then allows extending his/her own narrative experience. The viewer first has to face the several phases of agnosia, a disorder characterized by the loss of ability to recognize objects, sounds, shapes – the inability to recognize own body and its attendant confusion, the phenomenon of appropriation of virtual parts of the space. This physical interface re-configures both actual and virtual spaces and various other technological devices as well as the viewers, affording a complex sensorial experience by stepping aside from the event to look at it from a temporal distance, and over time.