Two identical rooms, either next to each other or could be placed on different floors. There is no explanation of how you can interact with either room. By sitting on the different chairs, different things happen in the other room. For example sitting on the chair furthest away could turn the heating to a large amount in the other room. If two people people sit on the chair opposite each other then the heating increases further. The change in temperature would have to happen quickly, so a sudden rise may be needed. Extra ways to heat and cool the rooms may be needed to allow this.
Would the audience of the work be aware of there changes on the other room? This would form the bases for inquiry. I believe if the rooms are identical this will trigger the audience to question whats is going on. But there would also be a large amount of people who would not realise the effect they have on the pieces of work. Could there be a way of communicating this information subliminally?
So far i have draw the room in the first sketches has simple and practical. The spaces could be understood to be places for the audience to sit and rest there legs or read the exhibition program. It also has the feel of doctors waiting room. Could this be an important part of it. People changing the work without any awareness what so ever. I’m not sure thats my aim at this stage? What if the waiting room was completely out of character to the building or gallery it was in?