In Testimony (2016), Bay Area residents share stories about experiences relating to political upheaval that produced a sense of transformation or revelation. This collection of stories, presented as an audio presentation in the gallery, is also available as a take­away publication. Testimony, whether legal or religious, is accepted as truth. By designating the personal narratives as 'testimony,' Sims seeks to separate and protect them from the polarizing debates of ethics and tactics that tend to accompany the dissolution of political movements in the Bay Area. Utilizing the legal construct of testimony also serves to present these personal narratives as factual and useful. Finally, borrowing from the religious construct of testimony, Sims compares the experience of political rupture with that of spiritual rapture, like religious visions, or epiphanies. This project is related to Sims' larger imperative to place radical politics within the realm of metaphysics.