A perspective of the future and our belief in it; creative and scientific progress are the, often contrasting, powers that lead us to where we thought we once wanted to go to, but where we do not want to end up. With Future in the Past, we embark on a monotonous journey through surreal worlds of spaces and images that are evocative of modern masters.
Sara The Dancer raises questions about the power of Google that we, as users, all ask ourselves; but how come a street view camera is asking critical questions about it? Steve Hates Fish does not supply any answers either, it’s more like the simple yet ingenious translation of the wide range of possibilities that apps now offer: create your own reality within limited spaces!
In times of the constant exploitation of earth, and of people in search of resources for the future of digitised communication, archaic rituals are given new meaning, and become Powder of Sympathy. Inspired by Tarkovsky’s Stalker, the protagonist in The Mess wanders through the digital depths of cyberspace in an attempt to explore its boundaries and clarify the unintentional but existent chaos. She appears to manage this, if we are to believe the next film Escape Pod: the system of wealth, power and authority works perfectly well even without humans, and the order remains the same.