Hacking into history
Hacking into history is a sculpture composed of disused fibre optic cables, objects all of us use every day but rarely think about. They transmit our conversations, our images, our lives, and our secrets. And yet, all of this data leaves no traces in the objects that transmit it. Here, the cables hang disconnected from their source and destination, offering a residue of the time they could have been used and a connection to an invisible history.
2018 Cables, led and chords: 18 meter.