Shannon Yee's sonic installation, Recovery, sold out at this year's Pick and Mix festival at the MAC Belfast. Part radio-drama, part visceral trip, ‘performed’ for a single audience member at a time, via headphones. In 2008, Shannon nearly died from a rare brain infection. The 12-minute segment of Recovery begins her journey of ‘being disassembled and put back together, slightly askew’. Using sonic arts technology, drama, movement and sound, Recovery creates a new genre of performance to communicate a personal story of brain trauma.My role was that of nurse, setting participants up for the experience on the hospital bed, where I interviewed them about their experience of brain injuries, initiated the experience and captured their reactions at the end of the 'procedure'. All were highly affected by what they had experienced.