My work uses the framework of David Bohm’s ‘implicate order’ to construct physical metaphors to help us understand consciousness. Bohm proposes that the world is not limited to visible physical truth but extends through an action of “empty” enfoldment. My work began by examining scientific problems, such as the measurement of time, to question the framework we use to describe consciousness, informed especially by the fact that experiments have indicated that consciousness is an illusion. Each of the objects constitutes an attempt to address these conundrums and provide a space for consciousness on the map of the universe.