The Apparatus is an ongoing multi-media social experiment involving multiple pedestals containing candy and fake money with signs requesting individuals not take or eat the materials. These pedestals-along with hidden cameras recording the action and streaming to social media-- are placed in the nearby perimeter of the art gallery where the work is being shown. Individuals confront the object and make their decision before entering the gallery. Once inside, they see their actions being projected to numerous televisions; they now have the opportunity to watch the actions of unknowing participants. Further, a hidden camera inside that gallery watches those eyeing the pedestrians outside and streams it to social media. The work explores themes of impulse, obsession, surveillance and voyeurism.