Hyper Normality: Twisting Reality And Reconfiguring Time

Hyper Normality: Twisting Reality And Reconfiguring Time

Sitraka Rakotoniaina creates designs which manipulate our perceptions of reality.

Lisa Baldini
  • 20 july 2010

Interaction Designer Sitraka Rakotoniaina has created an ultra real set of experiences with his hyper-normal contraptions. Presuming that the brain is the filter for the perception of reality — how we understand time and space, whether we are discrete or continuous — Rakotonia’s attempts to give that reality a little twist. In each instance, time is reduced to a parameter that is easily modulated and disassociates the brain from the rest of the experience of the body.

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