A philosophical perspective on human interpretation of the outer world often overlooks the inner world in our everyday lives. [Non]Sense explores the interaction between humans and their surroundings. 

Through a critical approach and an interactive mixed art medium

incorporating photo, video, and interactive objects, [Non]Sense provides an unexpected shift in understanding the world around us by surprising the audience in the final step. 

The audience is provoked by the photographs and a video installation and, 

in the final stage, confronted by the SuperEgo art object, experiencing their own self-being. This experience allows them to embody the selfhood of the characters they have been critiquing. In fact, [Non]Sense prioritizes self-doubt over criticism of the outer world.