The Walls and Wells
I stepped into the labyrinth. I kept walking on, but it seemed like I was circling around the same spot. Great beads of sweat stood on my forehead. I was lost in the middle of trail on a mountain. The idea that there was no escape put weights on my feet and narrowed my sight. Confusion arose and certainty disappeared. I experienced a swirl in the flow of time, and a disruption in the logic of geographic space. As the lights in the sense of reality were turning off, my consciousness started drifting away. All my surroundings grew to become surreal. I was in the world I had never belonged to.
I began this project with the process of doubting sensory experiences, and by examining the confusion in between the borders of the physical space and the psychological realm. I searched for blind spots in consciousness, and from those points I tried to become aware of the substantialization of warp and slip. This examination led me to quite surreal experiences. I was curious about the correlation of the inner-self and the outside world; nature provided visualization to these questions.