Everyday objects and their approaching connection with one another change the perception of our environment. The overwhelming effects of existing technologies can be felt in many ways. The attention-demanding characteristics of media, based on their seemingly uncontrolled growth in a seedbed formed by markets, require numerous resources. Concentration is interrupted over and over.
The desire to freeze, the unstoppable irregular and recurring moment of notification, becomes physically perceptible. The development of technologies requires media to bend from two-dimensional surfaces into space. The user interface as a gateway between the physical and virtual world. Windows through which we perceive digital structures. Do we feel the need to slow down internally instead of outside influences and multitasking? How should we design our everyday life in which the consequences are already noticeable? What are the ideas of progress?
Project developed with: Hanna Benhardt