Here, We, Go
Mansions of the Future, Lincoln, 2019
Here, We, Go is a series of performances using a similar structure to those of controlled remote viewing sessions, a practice first introduced by artist Ingo Swann and later adopted by the US army in the early 80s in order to train people to acquire, by mental means, information blocked from ordinary perception by distance, shielding, or time. During these performances, the audience was also invited to use custom-made machines in order to trigger a mismatch between their perception and bodily sensation, catalysing meditation (c.f. Artificial Mesmerism).
© Photo credits Georgina Hill