inhabit any place | sergio pradana
The act of seeing its about a selective exercise to compose a visual field. We frame, focus and unfold. We compose reality and build a body out of it. The context is constituted of countless bodies (images) inhabitants in any place (responding to the power of ubiquity).
We could imagine a world both, organised in time and a time-organiser itself. We could imagine a world full of projections, dispersing in all directions. We could imagine a limitless, ubiquitous, folded world, where in every corner a receiver device exists. We could imagine a world where the content gravitates over the global conformity.