What lies in the space between everyday experience, what we have learned at school, the snippets of scientific discoveries in the media and the cultural mythologies that surround extrasensory perception?
Documented as a series of photographs are a set of experiments that appear to have been, or are about to be conducted. The identities of both the conductors and subjects are kept ambiguous, waiting to be filled in by the viewer. While each experiment has been influenced by real world research, the lines between fact, theory and fantasy are not explicitly made clear. Can we imagine what these sensations would feel like without actually experience them? How do we decide if something is valid without direct experience or the reassuring words of a specialist?