We never think about what’s going on in our houses when we are out.
They exist, they born from all the trashed electronic gadgets we used for years and years. Little “electronic creatures”, very smart, harmless but curious, very curious. They roam around looking for informations about our habits. Nobody knows why. Someone thinks they sell data to the highest bidder. And any kind of pesticide can’t stop them.
Daily Contaminations is a desing+photography project. The little creatures have been created by Luca, using electronic waste and none of them were harmed during the shots. This project aims to design a new microcosm to display (through a captivating metaphor) the invisible electronic traces we leave in our daily activities. Today there are no real annoying ants spoiling our picnics, infesting the kitchen or our bed. Everything is invisible. For us. But someone can see everything, our bread crumbs as well.
This project was awarded at IPA 2013 with three Honorable Mentions in the categories Fine Art, Deeper Perspective and Micro.
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