Artwork From The Void: 150 Pieces Inspired By Sensory Deprivation

Artwork From The Void: 150 Pieces Inspired By Sensory Deprivation

Artwork from the Void: 150 pieces inspired by sensory deprivation

Over the course of several months, 150 Portland artists entered a program to spend several hours in a float tank (formerly called sensory deprivation tanks). Inside are the 150 pieces they created after their experiences.

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Sometimes things just click into place. Float On took only 152 days to go from a conversation over beers to the opening day of a 4-tank float center in Portland, Oregon. The largest float tank center on the West Coast. Our grand scheme is to give everyone the chance to float, as regularly as they care to. Volunteer hours, bartering, art programs, and plain ol' cash are just a few of the ways to get time in the tanks. Float On has 4 owners: Graham Talley, Quinn Zepeda, Ashkahn Jahromi, and Christopher Messer. about them at floathq.com .

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