Michael Petry's Flight From Technology saw him make three interventions in the space. Visitors entered to see a wall covered in bright computer graphics placed in a strict grid. The sections made a whole image, and Petry used then cutting edge computer software to make the images. They then entered a seemingly empty space which was completely mirror lined at head height. Bright overhead lights beamed in the space as if it were a backstage dressing room and as viewers looked into the mirrors they saw their reflection again and again as if to infinity.
Once their eyes were used to the bright environment they saw another door which led into a nearly black room. Even from the entrance space it was clear a loud noise was emanating from that room. Once inside it was hardly possible to see that a tiny video screen was playing at least 30 feet away. But it was hard to walk up to it as there were two huge fans blowing air at the visitor. These fans were donated by their manufacturer who used them in the Channel Tunnel to get air flowing. They were extremely strong and noisy. However once you passed between them it was possible to see and hear Petry's video (see link) on the topic of technology and sexuality with a film score by John Powell and Gavin Greenaway who he has worked with for over 30 years. In order to exit, visitors had to retrace their steps, experiencing the rooms in reverse.