Perimeter (2012/2015) is about fields of perception which are predisposed in various ways; drugs, games or visualization with intended power. Through free association, grunge inspired music, dark corners and unsolvable puzzles I want to approach a visual perimeter. I imagine this to be border that marks a perception of visual field, a space between real and imaginary. I was inspired by Oliver Sacks book “Hallucinations” and how the eyes and brain make up images if they lack visual stimuli. The video is projected on to multiple surface (2x240 m approx.) of various building materials.