Susaŋa Cáɱara Leɽet
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13.09.2014 — 14.09.2014
Performance artwork: Printed Matter / Misc. props (gloves, soap dispenser, furniture, stamps, uniforms, stationery) 

︎︎︎ Project developed within the Data + Ethics Working Group (DEWG) — Performative and partnering artwork to The Rhythm of Life research — Presented as part of the installation For What It’s Worth, at Museum Boijmans van Beuningen

Over two days Museum Boijmans van Beuningen’s educational space was converted into three separate zones, designed to facilitate: the process of briefing participants, collect personal biophotons data, and finally conduct DEWG's experiment No.2: Consent.

On Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th September 2014, the installation For what it’s worth was opened to the public and scientists from Leiden University were invited to help run the experiment. Over the two days 56 members of the public took part in the experiment, contributing both their personal data and photon emissions for scientific examination.

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