If haven’t experienced artist Carsten Höller’s work, perhaps you can devise your own version of his Giant Psycho Tank, above, which invites viewers to float weightlessly in the water of a sensory deprivation pool to alter their mental state.
According to the Observer:
Giant Psycho Tank (1999/2000) encourages viewers to change out of their street clothes,
showerand float naked or in swimwear in saline water heated to body temperature. Cotton robesand a viewing windowallow for both post-tank modesty and in-tankvoyeurism.
Top image via Michellson