Through daily use, electronic objects have indiscernibly reached the status of cohabitants within the domestic environment. With a poetic playfulness, Electronic Objects and Their People investigates the effects of this alliance on communication, perception, and behavior in the privacy of home.
This animation is a summary of my thesis work and playfully captures and integrates some of the most intriguing parts of my explorations and findings. It is intended to put you, the viewer, into the right mind-set...
Animated by Elena Ogorodova
Sound and voice by William Mark
Illustrated and directed by Christiane Holzheid