Uncomfortable Truth Booth

A project exploring the nature of the uncomfortable truth. These are photographs of a walk-in installation, 10ft by 5ft, with multi reflections. The aesthetic is borrowed from a waiting room, so that visitors would understand that they had to stay, whilst becoming increasingly uncomfortable with seeing themselves from every angle in an unflattering light. The chair was modified to tip when sat on, and the warped graphic elements produced an uncomfortable environment.

After the project's completion, two publications were created to explain the research and the finalisation of the project.