Jean Baudrillard is a cultural critic and social philosopher. In one of his essays, The Evil Demon Of Images, he proposes that images obliterate meaning. To test that proposition this device converts reality into a 'virtual' bubble. You as a viewer are now safely protected from the Evil Demons and you can assess how far the image obscures the meaning of the object you look at.
Juan Geuer is an artist who works with science, reads philosophy and believes that humans should be lazy. He was born in Holland but he forgot the date and the country was too wet for human habitation. In Germany he hated their politics, in Bolivia he became allergic to revolutions (16 in 14 years!), and in Canada he was jailed only once because he does not like weapons merchants. He hopes you like his work.