A mirrored object becomes a 'deleted space'. A subjective interactive form in relation to the body’s anatomy and movement.
location : Infinity Palace -Mischa Rakier
architecture reference: former surgical rooms of Amsterdam's civic hospital a building designed form the architect Alvan Gendron in 1890
The theory of Descartes of material universal theory is seeing objects as mechanical and the human body having soul/self awareness like god.
Supper Effect is a live laboratory installed for seven (7)days in a reflective infinite space. The project is based on the theory of ‘Infinite Calculative Aesthetics', a new hypothesis in the brain science that deals with mirror neurons. A host introduces the live lab process where the invited guest performer can try the food process from the(13)mirrored objects. The objects are wiring the relation between space and identity a space that ones again opens new projection and subjectivities, where the notions as ones of gravity and time are questioned. The audience experiences a new relation between subject, object and food, all endlessly reflected in the mirror surface of the objects and space. How does the sensory perceptions of taste, smell and touch are affected in an endless repetitive space; how will the reflection of shape of food and relation to the reflective quantity and form, intrigue the mirror neurons of the brain?