PROJECTIONS are a number of meaningless (but symmetrical) smudges
from which viewers make out a picture of something quite definite:
perhaps a face, or a body or a landscape. What is odd is that, having
seen such a picture it is difficult to see anything elseincluding
the different pictures that other people say they see there. This
exhibit makes seeing other peoples impressions easier. Visitors
can compare with others through recorded thoughts and graphic pictures.