Percepticon is a hand-crafted wall hanging completed with partner, Jeannine Han. The piece involved stitching in thousands of individual yarns to create patterns and motifs which follow a theme of perception and iconography. Some patterns were generated via the computer while others were decided at the moment of creation. The piece was combined with costume designs and sculptures that project a future ideal based in a primordial past.
The percepticon tapestry. Measuring roughly 6ft by 4ft.
The installation consisted of cave-like sculptures and futuristic costumes. It appeared at Show Cave in Los Angeles in 2008.
To celebrate the opening, some shirts and bags were screened with one of the motifs used in the artwork; a modified Sierpinski's triangle.