By removing a room's ceiling tiles, audience members were able to climb a ladder and view an installation in the attic and on the ground floor. Toys and old electronics were organized humorously on the ceiling tiles, capitalizing on the narrative associations with attic spaces.
The attic is a metaphor for the repressed memories, histories, and trama, which we are taught to store out of sight. This installation questions our childhood cultural conditioning, influencing what D. Fox Harrell calls phantasm, and the historical elements and technologies that consciously and unconsciously get placed in the attic. A blood drained augmented reality heart, symbolizing the additional biological constraints beneath our skin, is placed in the space invisible to those without the tools to see beyond the surface.