Something emerges from the ground, between digital space and ruined space.
Under the ground is an installation featuring the fragments of a post-apocalyptic landscape of the digital age. Our memory/humanity, stored online in destroyed data centres, tries to re-emerge by offering us the jolts of objects that are no longer. We are faced with a primitive form of our data, these screens, like scans or models of a vanished world, are relics of the past and present amidst the rubble. Images rise to the surface sifted by time, resisting a fading world and data.
This installation becomes a slow deterioration of the performance and integrity of stored data. We find ourselves in an arid, desert environment, physically and visually withering away this data.