Premiering at Kang Contemporary Gallery, Willpower’s Off Planet: Human Scale Light and Sound Expedition Instrument gathers participants to realize visual composing, interactive play, and engagement with others through several intentional mediums. Physical approach to the pre-programmed, self- sustaining space initiates various light and sound frequencies. Some visible and some undetectable to the human eye, each wavelength translates one’s physical movements to a responsive light source- either a soft white light generated by 60 milliamp RGB-LED lights or, depending on one’s proximity, to the warming rays of a 20 milliamp infrared color intended as progressive development to Red Light Therapy. Moreover, tactile connection with the piece or the movement of waving of one’s hands emits the sounds of melodic musical notes- creating a musical composition incited entirely by participants’ gestures or touch. The installation, or participation, is designed to bridge not only the relationship amongst the people in the space but especially the relationship we have with our corporeal identity and imaginative states.