"Second Nature" consists of a series of augmented objects that imagines a world where natural objects emit digital signals. In this work, cut pine trees emanate potential Wi-Fi networks, glitchy Bluetooth connections hover over the leaves of potted plants, autumn leaves search for lost mobile data, and we become tethered to rocks like we do a personal hotspot. These physical objects are encountered in an installation surrounded by pink walls, where viewers engage with them through a mobile...[Show more]
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