“Reverse Blinking” is a completely closed helmet with two shutters in front of the eyes. When the user pushes a button, t he shutters opens and closes in the blink of an eye.  All you can see is a static image, a photograph. Reversed Blinking creates a liminal space between direct or ‘real’ perception and a mediated experience.


The pair of goggles with the shutter mechanism inside is controlled by the user. Because it works on batteries, it can be freely used both in and outside, preferably in a crowded place with lots of movement.