Physicality of experience is valuable in an increasingly digital and digitised world. The 'other' senses (touch, smell and taste) require this physicality and intimacy. They also have feminine associations; accentuating notions of ‘appropriate’ female roles. These senses are often utilitised in ritualistic conditions due to their physicality and need for closeness, for example taking communion or the burning of incense in religious ceremonies. This idea of ritual is apparent in my methodology.