Various real life situations are played out in pure silence. This slowly switches to a black screen as sounds become slowly heard.
A person enters an installation, the Perspective Room which allows participants to view the world through the perspective of a blind, mute, and deaf person.
The participant puts on special black sunglasses and proceeds to read braille off a wall.
The walls can generates scenery on the walls in which the participant "moves" through with the glasses on. If the participant gets close to a wall or needs to cross a street, a guard dog will give sound cues to help you move.
After that, the participant initiates a "chat" with the wall without speaking. The participant draws a picture of a lonely cat. The wall replies with a happy cat hugging the lonely cat.
The participant allows the Perspective Room to receive his drawings and Facebook updates, influencing what the next participants will experience.
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