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Off/On

Every day we are bombarded with an infinite amount of information, of which only a small part is consciously requested, while the rest is automatically offered based on human behavior online. We make choices, but it is probably just an illusion, masking the scenario of our future actions created by the program. The object consists of three hundred, series
connected network filters, menacingly folded into a tangled ball of wires. It is a chain of communication, all along which there are barriers the "On" and "Off" buttons, easily interrupting it. But here the buttons cease to be only light indicators and turn out to be indicators of choice, where the author decides: do I continue the exchange of information or do I stop it?


Text writer: Anna Legotina