0.01 Iterations on a built environment

multimedia sculpture (2018)

3-channel video/sound composition on 60” LED screen, 15” laptop, & 7” tablet, HDMI cable, laptop charger, USB cable, 2 wooden tables.
9 min., dimension variable.

“0.01 Iterations on a built environment” attempts to construct a world from a pre-existing one through rendering multiple iterations on a 360-degree image, accompanied with a text collage collected from multiple mobile and computer software. Addressing notions of space abstraction and monumentalization, corporates and real-state ideology, the fast multilayered altered perception of our physical reality through spectacles and technological acceleration, while meditating on the contradiction between the constant flattening of the physical reality and the striving desire to construct a new reality in virtual sphere(s).