Have you ever had an experience so unexpected that you forgot what your own name was?
I'm talking about seeing someone where you normally wouldn't or having normal predictable daily occurrences disrupted by a "black swan."
For a spit-second, until you get a grasp on reality, you feel like all things possible are about to happen in your very immediate future. Then, when you finally realize what is happening, the world reverts to back to normal and your view of the world snaps back into place. I have a feeling that, when this happens, one gets unwillingly thrust back into their sub-conscious.
This latency of perception is amazingly addressed in "Scanner," the incredible house of books and mirrors built by Matej Kren for the Museum of Modern Art in Bologna. (Thanks to Source!)
There are pictures at least ten times more incredible than this one at the M.A.M.B.O website.
Here is another one from the Prague Library called "Idiom."
Remember this next time you find yourself slipping into Homicidal Somnambulism.