The word sensorium is defined as being an entire sensory apparatus, described as a whole; the human sensorium is thereby responsible for all of our remembered experiences. While the experiences of each individual vary infinitely, the catalysts for these sensory experiences remain common (eg. the necessity of light to observe colour); this project aims to depict some of these catalysts as they can be observed. This series takes a closer look at the common catalysts of our senses to examine them on a fundamental level. Regardless of the visual intrigue (or lack thereof) of each image, this work is intended to be interpreted instinctively rather than critically. I feel that when these catalysts can be observed more closely, we can gain further insight as individuals into our respective experiences; both in how each work is interpreted on an individual level, and through what experience it might evoke.