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Black Boat
visual-sound installation 290cm x 180cm x 170cm
boat, light-resisted 
fabric, laser light, headphones


When we feel dizzy, many times will fantasize about whether they have "ear fluid imbalance", but in medicine, there is no "ear fluid imbalance" this disease, we often say "ear fluid imbalance", in fact, is the phenomenon of dizziness or vertigo: Minier's syndrome.


The vestibular apparatus of the inner ear is the balance organ of the human body. It includes three pairs of semicircular canals and the oval sac, and the balloon of the vestibule. The semicircular canal contains the ampullae crest, the elliptic sac, the balloon, and the auricular stone (also called the sac), all of which are vestibular receptors that can sense the stimulation of various specific states of motion. When the car starts, acceleration and deceleration, braking, ship shaking and jolting, elevator and aeroplane lift, these stimuli cause the follicular hair cells of the elliptic sac and balloon in the vestibular to produce deformation discharge, which is transmitted to the centre and perceived. The generation and transmission of these vestibular electrical signals will not produce adverse reactions within a certain limit and time. However, everyone has a limit to the intensity and time of these stimuli tolerance. This limit is the halo threshold. If the stimulus exceeds, this limit will appear motion disease symptoms. Each person's tolerance is very different, which is not only related to genetic factors but also affected by the visual, individual physique, mental state and objective environment (such as peculiar air) and other factors, so under the same objective conditions, only some people appear movement disease symptoms.