What has been considered as a demented manifestation in the past, currently, with the rise of cognitive sciences and neurosciences may be the best way to understand certain common patterns in human behaviour.
A relevant aspect of anosognosia is to understand that we use details and rationality to cope with day-to-day stress. Any person can be coonsidered as anosognosic in a certain degree, in the way in which we deny specific parts of our reality to face it. Post-Contingent Coherence emphasises the coherency that the vestibular system provokes in human behaviour processes.
Post-Contingrnt Coherence shows a pianist performing Nocturne Op.55, No. 1 in F Minor by Frédéric Chopin. The pianist suffers anosognosia, and the viewer´s perception changes according to the perspective of the camera, and also to what the audience hears from the instrument - an overlap of different melodic realities. In this artwork the first and third person perspectives are underscored to explore the self-model notion coined by Thomas Metzinger in regards to confabulations derived from the lack of feedback from the paralyzed left side of the body. In Post-Contingent Coherence, through images and sound, we can see different self-models interacting as distinct realities happening at once.