Was a success, appealing to all-very popular.
In appearance Loss of Signal is reminiscent of Eva Hesse work, jutting out into the room and taking over the space with a ridiculousness and out of proportionness. Being minimal but present, presenting questions and claiming thoughts with it’s interactivity.
Visceral in the representation of the spine and the tingle one gets when standing straight and looking down at one’s own feet, the electric buzz of failure. Frustration building when the buzzing continues. The paranoia as the sound of error is heard by all and the Eyes upon you take over your thoughts and abilities.