Invisible landscape  

video installation and performances, 2018

Invisible Landscape aims to inquire how the contemporary system based on capitalism, together with the development of technology, is structuring people’s lives, especially in modern cities. The massive use of media technologies, together with the Internet, is not only producing a global possibility for the connection but is also affecting our relationship with the world. An example is how the Internet is easily solving many problems, making people always less curious about experiencing reality. The virtual experience of the world is not only affecting the cognitive processes, but as well the sphere of empathy, increasing a lack of sensibility in individuals. This seems to favor the distance between humans and nature, and between humans as well, as those among developed and poor countries.

Video Installation, 20minutes, video 4k, 2018

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