Video projected on the wall captures the projection of the text on the wall in the same room: “A thought turns into a digital code. The code transforms into a light, then reflects from the object’s surface. Refracted light, being re-coded again. Then, after a while, it is released into a wall of the room.”
The amount of light in the process of creating a work recompense the lack of matter or how we prefer: the ‘media asceticism’. The pre-digital approach to technology suffers from monstrous overruns of substance; we try to avoid creating objects, which we are also unable to store. We like compact media messages, in which the media genealogy is obvious and easily read. Working with the discreteness of the code and the light in the textual synthesis, we can come close to the nature of knowledge and in some sense get the keys to the sense of time.
We stopped enclosing ourselves in flats with a world beyond. We are detecting the world inside the room so often as we can converse and think. We no longer live in one place, and not because we lack one. Rather, the opposite — everywhere is the same spot, same capacity. We work everywhere, in the forest, in the city, in the fields, in the cabins, in the boats, on the night road, wherever we can talk.