Taking Affect Theory’s notion that milieus are felt before they are known, the sense of an individual’s separation from the other comes from the mind as a form of constructed reality. The body can be seen as a potential medium for a performance of the Self beyond the barriers of the individual as part of a larger network. The performance of “Precognition” sought to continue the performance of the network as a means of existing within the precognitive, embodied state of perception in order to effectuate intersubjectivity with the Other. The exhibited installation and performance mediated biological-somatic input (muscle engagement, kinetic movement and breath) from two separate individuals against one another to affect the visual and sonic experience of the Other, creating a feedback loop between the bodily responses of a participant and the resulting visual and sonic landscape produced. The resulting mediated fields passed data through an interactive barrier – in this case, an LED wall sculpture – to produce a landscape that is both a reflection of, and contributor to, the opposing participant’s bio-somatic state. Through an analysis of the hour-long performance, including extensive interviews with both of the movement artists/participants and audience members, there is substantial evidence that a dissolution between the barriers of Self and Other was achieved through a prolonged state of performed precognition.