By MIKA ROSS-SOUTHALL
Your eyes strain; your sense of depth has gone; you feel suspended in a coloured mist; grey silhouettes emerge every now and then beside you. This is “yellowbluepink”, an immersive, dizzying new art installation by Ann Veronica Janssens at the Wellcome Collection, London, that aims to push the limits of how our brains interact with the world. Consciousness – meaning both whether we’re awake (or are we?) and what we’re awake to (our perceptions, thoughts and emotions) – continues to baffle us. Is my experience of being me really any different to your experience of being you? And how can I, or you, explain it? Well, here (at least some of it) goes . . . .