The completed full scale version of one of my small scale ‘Twisted Prism’ maquettes. This large scale installation is a continuation of ideas from both ‘Labyrinth I’ and ‘Labyrinth II’, dealing with a sensory intervention using space. The idea was that with the twisted shape i could create a sensation of movement without moving, in turn creating a sense of disorientation. When the viewer is sat stationary in the chair with the space filling their entire field of vision, there is a sensation of spinning created by the twist in the cube. Because the space fills the field of vision, there is no outside point of reference for the viewer to re-orientate themselves, creating a motion sickness effect without the need for motion.