Pravin Sathe and Andrew Doro use photocells, sensors, and motors to give barf bags a chance to breathe--literally. When the airline sickness bags are closed, they "breathe" normally, but when opened, they begin to hyperventilate. Seriously, check out the creepy, yet nearly hypnotizing, videos.
"Detritus (III - XIV)", the second in a series, is a statement on the life embedded within the objects we buy, use and ultimately discard. This series in particular addresses the anxiety associated with travel.