Selfsense is an ongoing practice that I started developing as a part of my work on EightOS bodymind operating system.

It is based on exploring the potential of various real-time diagnostic tools and surveillance mechanisms and investigating their effect on our cognition, experience, and behavior.

Depending on the context, Selfsense can be presented in various mediums: from an immersive movement experience to a collective ideation session. The participants are invited to observe the effect of being watched as well as the live feedback coming from control mechanisms. They are then invited to explore multiple ways this live feedback can affect their behavior, breaking the habits and forming new patterns. The objective is to repurpose surveillance and diagnostic technology, shifting it away from its normalizing and optimizing function towards a more creative and uncharted direction.


September 27, 2022


behavior, control, diagnostics, feedback, surveillance




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