The camera has been noticing you. He caught you. You didn't know that, but he knows certain things about you. You didn't consciously take action, which wasn't necessary, because the extensive technology is gaining more and more human characteristics. Cameras are recognizing facial expressions, age and gender already. The beginning of a system where computers can increasingly comprehend our essential human features. Will this eventually mean a decline of man as autonomous subject? The development is caused by man, of course, but we are not able to live without, we became dependent on it. And the technology thrives because of us. How does this relation remain balanced?
Please take a seat.
This is a project in collaboration with Jelle Mastenbroek and Bas Bakx. Supported by Creative industries fund NL.