This is my MFA thesis project done at Parsons New School.
My goal was to make everyday social behavior strange by focusing on how we perceive each other and ourselves. The core of the project is switching sight, hearing and speech between two people. This could be described as switching your head with another person while still keeping control of your body, however the feeling is that of mutual loss of control or, in other words, mutual vulnerability.
For full documentation, final paper and more pictures visit my thesis blog.
My blog post about putting Debian 7 on a BeagleBoard was rewritten based on some of the stuff I did for this project.