Mural in Shenzhen (PR China), ancient fishing village that in 40 years has grown from 30,000 to 12 million residents to become the flagship of mobile phone industry.
With this intervention we try to question the role of social networks - a tool that connects and captures us at the same time. Connectivity provides great advantages while it is also a way of control.
It is ironic that during our stay in China we did not have access to our usual social networks. This restriction felt also liberating.
Project: On/Off Parking Lot
Curator: Fringe Art Center Shenzhen
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