"Survey" is the function--not the title. This was intended as a participatory video installation, which asks some progressively uncomfortable questions. The survey would be administered in a seperate booth with the implication of privacy. In true no-goodnik fashion, viewers would later find out that a separate monitor was displaying the video of the survey for anyone in the gallery to see. Most people I spoke with found this concept to be too transgressive, and ultimately the piece was ditched, simply because it didn't fit in with the other work. It's sad because I still dig this one. To start over at any point, click on the circle in the lower right. Click to proceed.