Our seven minute, multi-sensory installation navigates ideas of access, experience, and intimacy in public/private life. The length of time in the space is taken from Seven Minutes In Heaven, a game that notoriously leaves two people in a closet to [technically] kiss and be left to their own devices. The works by Angel Garcia and GeoVanna Gonzalez use texture, the uncanny, and sensuality to allow one single audience member to be absorbed by the installation. The scent in the space, blended into a commercial diffuser on an awkward shelf with a dog muzzle and a bottle of lube, is pepper and vanilla--this black and white marriage mirroring the aesthetic thread in the works as well as bringing up experiences that are pungent VS palatable. The track uses a mix of R&B and binaural beats to create a meditative yet fervent auditory experience that also functions as the clock for the person’s time allotted in the space. A dirty security mirror is perched in a corner of the space, reminding the audience member that, although they are alone in this moment, we are always subject to monitorization. This leans into the white cube mentality of showing artwork and how institutions curate an audience’s agency to strip them of a completely personal experience. Using Art Basel 2019 to bring up these conversations begs one to consider the time they are spending with works of art, what exactly they have access to during the fair, and what exactly this over-stimulation is taking away from them.