Panopticon I – Gregory Bennet 2015
“panopticon” refers to an experimental laboratory of power in which behaviour could be modified, and Foucault viewed the panopticon as a symbol of the disciplinary society of surveillance
Not being able to see from inside the cell.
Reminder of surveillance.
“This artwork is all about neurosciences, in which the artist is always interested. She makes use of the principle of the stereotactic system, the deep brain stimulation and RTMS working on the deep limbic system, in order to extend delusions, substitute into religious perspective and fugacious meditation on the material world and produce objective delusions.”
Generative Audiovisual Live Show
Single 16:9 Screen, 4.1 sound, 2009-2010
“CLUSTER goes through several stages, starting out from an abstract primordial “soup” to eventually arrive at a clearly humanoid cluster, packed tightly, spinning and tumbling through space, bodies glued together by gravity and kinetic forces.”