“Bloop” (2015) is an immersive, sometimes disorienting sound and light installation contained within a headset that translated the light/electrical responses of a blind lungfish's brain into something humans are able to perceive. As an absurd gesture, it is an object that attempts to embody the subjective experience of the blind Australian lungfishes during experimentation.
Bloop was in collaboration with Devon Ward.
Cernentia: Exploring the visual perception of lungfishes without eyes. Kidogo Art Institute | Fremantle, Western Australia. July 24-31 2015.
Photo credit: Julian Frichot
Model: Christofer Bester