Real Virtuality

Wall installation, 2013, pencil and objects on plywood, 240X150 cm.

As opposed to virtual reality practice, where real life is simulated by a computer, this landscape refers to the leakage of ideas, visual elements and practice from the computer to life outside the computer. Made in a manual and Sisyphean way, it combines network characteristics (connectivity, multiplicity, symbols), with actions imitating operations done on a computer (zoom in, copy paste)  and architectural elements.