Labyrinth (2005) -

The work consists of an installation that deals with the basic notion of mapping a space and reduces this act into a one-millimeter wide structure of expanding rays of light, thereby creating a space where images of light and mirrored surfaces intervene.

This project was realized with the support of The Slade Center for Electronic Media and Virtual Reality Lab at the UCL and their use of mind tracking devices (EEGs).

In this project, I volunteered to be a subject in an experiment that examined the ability to control movement in a VR environment by using only basic patterns of thought. The outcome from this "Mind Specific Art" is this environment of a labyrinth that was designed using Maya Modelling and resulted in a maze of white light, made of both its actual and reflected manifestations, as seen on the inkjet prints.