Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Tokyo Mask-Lowend Psychopathology
The following archive describes a mental malfunction caused by a long period of sleep deprivation. The subject is experiencing temporary breakdowns of the brain’s cognitive system, which lead to hallucination. Although the subject has conscious awareness of the environment, fictitious situations unravel in the subject’s subconscious and intertwine with reality, to the point where they become indistinguishable. Sometimes the subject is under the impression that there’s a presence or movement of other beings in the same space and tries to interact with them. The subject’s reactions suggest that ambient sounds are disproportionally amplified within the brain and a non-existent, low-pitched growl is heard and felt very intensely.