Experimental installation made as part of my stay at School for Poetic Computation fall 2014
More about me: halfdanj.dk
School for poetic computation: sfpc.io
Music: Beep Street by Square pusher
The installation asks the audience to connect their phone to an open wifi hotspot that the installation is sniffing on. All images that are being watched on peoples devices are then realtime being displayed on the screen.
The installation is on one hand about network privacy, trying to provoke the fact that we are not very private when we are on the internet, and on the other hand an audience populated installation, where all the graphics are controlled by the audience, just by being on the internet.
The recording is from Refest 2014 at Culturehub in New York.
Thanks to Todd Anderson and Culturehub for letting me show the piece.