NAVIGATING (UN)CONSCIOUSNESS is a site-specific work that explores the spatio-relational nature of sites as well as the liminal spaces between consciousness and unconsciousness, intention and unintention, and awareness and unawareness. Inspired by the process of movement found in strange attractor systems, this installation tracks the position of people throughout the atrium space in front of the elevator column and translates the individual and collective motions to the visuals projected back onto a 10ft by 20ft screen mounted on the elevator column. 
The work ran 24 hours a day from April 4-7, 2017, interpreting the movement flows of everyone who passed through the atrium space.
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