Day to day we are faced with visual and auditory distraction - whether it be technology, city sounds, or conversations. For some people these distractions are minor, and for others, they inhibit concentration and take the brain elsewhere. In my piece, Not Distracted, I used everyday objects painted white with a compilation of everyday sounds in the background. This installation piece aims to immerse viewers into the mind of someone with ADHD. While looking at the white table with an abundance of different noises, the audience is bound to be distracted. Having just seen the work of Adrian Villar Rojas, The Theater of Disappearance, I was inspired to create a piece that simplified objects and allowed for the environment to speak. For this assignment, I was instructed to create an installation piece that interacted with the environment. I noticed while viewing Rojas’ piece I was constantly listening to the conversations around me, his minimalist color palette allowed for the mind to wander but the eye to stay still.