Perceptual Perpetual is an ongoing body of work that explores visualization, interaction, physics, and conceptual art. The project includes sonic sculptures, wall assemblages, and a video of a mechanized drawing performance. The work relies on audience participation to activate a visual system, which allows variations of order and chaos to influence how the work is perceived. I describe the work as a type of “physics machine,” similar to the anatomy of a children’s handheld spinner toy, where gravity, kinetics, and a variety of other forces, cause surfaces to spin and objects to move. Each piece offers a unique interactive framework that creates random fluctuations in movement and audio mechanics. As the work is activated, a conversation emerges between visual aesthetics and embodied interaction, resulting in a playful approach to the art experience. The work creates a nexus between art and the industrial age, recalling similarities to Jean Tinguely’s concept of “meta-mechanics”.