Plazebo, 2016

Installation, mosquito net, variable dimensions

Plazebo is a pavilion intended to explore the notions of belief and anticipation and its effects on our perception. It is an intimate reflection on the spaces both physical and mental that we occupy whether conscious or unconsciously. It seeks to question and validate the strategies and resources that we use to soothe ourselves, however deceptive they might be. The performative aspect of the piece is activated by the viewer who moves around the space making the drawing created by the interference pattern come to live. A set of headphones offers binaural beats which are used to improve immune functions, facilitate relaxation, improve mood and contribute to the alleviation of stress.

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