Internet Fantasy in What Way?
Medium: HTML code, sound performance, participation - 2016
Specifically created for the Transart Triennale Berlin Internet Fantasy in What Way? examines the interconnections between sound and socially engaged practice through the internet. In the 21st century with the rise of internet and digitalization, almost every entity around us has been digitalized and therefore a virtual representation of it has been reflected online. People’s lives are becoming more and more dependent upon online platforms for the exchange of knowledge, capital and communications. As a consequence, it becomes vital to question the ubiquitous nature of the internet in contemporary visual culture and how this is transforming our lived experience. This artwork tries to highlight the transferral phenomenon from off-line culture to on-line culture through inviting audience interaction and participation.
Video credit: Tani Ilichenko / photo credit: Aleks Slota