Happy Easter everyone! You guys must have an awesome weekend! This image is dedicated to my final year project at university, more on: https://sandrajunker.de/portfolio/die-aufmerksamkeit-des-ungleichgewichts/
Show me your fridge! Fridges from Mainz, London and Istanbul you can find, if you click here: Fridges The following pictures are a preview of my series in Cape Town. And it’s especially for the people who already has taken a part of my series „Show me your fridge, Cape Town / Pretoria!“. Thank you very much for your help! It was really fun meeting you all! (Please do not repost your picture cause the series is not finished yet) During my stay in Cape Town, I had the pleasure to visit my relatives in Pretoria. So I’m glad to show also the outcome from over there 🙂
Experiments with myself Current project: When do things start to deform? What is deformation like at a standstill? Are we all deformed? Or is the deformity just a beauty spot which makes things even much more special and more beautiful?
At present these corporations just want our data, but what happens if they still don’t have enough. What happens if they create a new, novel way to get more, different information from us? CCTV is nearly everywhere, who is to say that they won’t find a new way to film us in our houses? Or is this already happening, and not as novel as we think? Can our laptops and computers with their built-in cameras also be used for mass surveillance, and will this happen? Does more data necessitate a positive effect? We could be soon targeted by companies based on their reactions to our adverts by this thinking. But at what price does this come?
As a part of the Curation Team for our small exhibition „Expanded Designer“ I created therefore a Poster and the Gif-Invitation. Exhibition – Camberwell Space – Private View Exhibition – Camberwell Space – Private View
This digital art work is inspired by Walter Benjamin‘s text “One way street – China ware”. What is Shanzhai about? Does fake stand for progress? What are the defintions for “original” and “fake” between Chinese, American and European culture. How does mass production change costumer habits?