This iPod triptych explores our contemporary obsession with seductive mobile devices, which borders on religious devotion. Perhaps this is because the technology has the capability to create an eternal existence for the material it communicates. However philosopher, Jean Baudrillard, viewed technology as ‘diabolical’ and ‘inherently deceitful’, which puts our faith in this technology into question and implies an alternative spiritual reality. I aim to create an intimate, contemplative space within a medium associated with instant access and information overload.
Silent Mode employs the silent communication of the ‘inner voice’ to explore the experience of doubt.
Sync considers the ongoing process of subliminal and conscious alignments with the words of others, shaping and reshaping our identity.
Credit questions the concept of belief through a playful deconstruction of the verb ‘believe’, inspired by Derrida.