Year of production: 2017
Running Time: a series of video loops.
This body of work is referring to the resent appropriation of Henri Lefebvre’s slogan “The right to the city” connected to the digital society seen as a thought of the city as digital informational code and how in the many ways the digital technologies are rapidly changing our cities.
Almost every part of urbane space has been digitized, and the mirrored version for almost any city in the world can be accessed online, from any part of the world. Furthermore, it is hard not to ignore the digital urbanization of architectural spaces- a public one that includes shopping malls, subways, office buildings, airports have incorporated digital monitors into their space, often used for the informational purpose.