“The False Reality of Fusion Memory” is an audiovisual augmented reality artwork influenced by time perception theories of Mihály Csíkszentmihály.
This installation is inspired by the flow theory and the individual's understanding of time experienced while creating memories that produce automatic behavior patterns. How these experiences tend to be recognized and replicated within the life cycle of individual consciousness. Is there an opportunity to learn from these repetitions, or are they just a playground for genetic memory that exists outside our understanding of time?
Do we notice time passing when our brain is occupied with motivating tasks that require unconscious behavioral responses simulated by external factors? Are our emotional responses reality or just an echo of genetic and cultural memories?
Timelessness is a state of bliss that we don't knowingly experience, but it is when we are the happiest.