The piece I found the most interesting, was the portal that you had to enter and go into a box. It was very experimental and took a lot out of the viewer to be able to walk into the door, even though it had a very ominous warning. I was SO freaked out about walking in there. It was awesome that it was more about the participation of the viewer, more than it was about the artist.
An aspect of it that was terrifying, was the size of the door. It seems like such a simple thing, yet has such a huge affect. The door is actually the size of your body. Which means you are entering through a small portal.
Also, going in by yourself is a very powerful thing. The fact that I had to enter by myself, was a powerful things.
The juxtaposition of this piece, to the creepy masks on the wall, was also a powerful affect. The masks seemed to correspond to this piece. The whole exhibit had a very ominous, stark, and dark feels. Everything was a little dark which gave it a spooky affect. All in all i really enjoyed this exhibit.