Post Digital Ruins
Plaster tiles, tools, uniforms, wooden crates, people
Installation and performance: Splendour in the Grass
In a world saturated with digital information, it seems obvious to consider that the limits of the virtual world might one day ruptureâ€“ the excess data bursting out of the non physical back into reality. The problem is, no one really gave thought to where and how this might happen.
But it has happened. A team of experts from across the globe has been assembled to document, study and record the details of this curiously fluorescent, low-res tessellation. Samples need to be extracted and categorised. Data needs to be gathered and analysed, analogue material measured and processed.