Dead-End was a labyrinth forming a marginally inaccessible exterior and a box within a box interior. The articulation of the space itself produced overlapping transitions of natural and artificial light coming from the exterior, which was primarily excluded from the sensory field of the viewer once inside. The succession from light to darkness, the encounter with limited depth or height of space and the unexpected absence and reappearance of light created an immersive experience based on sensory deprivation and disorientation. Dead-End led to a narrow and – perceived as long– interior space defined by nothing but natural light coming from the office skylight. The light penetrated its interior through a slightly open end at the very back, controlled by an electromagnet and a timer.