In collaboration with Caitlin Berner, Jordy Ringeling and Wies van de Wal.
We live in a world that is addicted to ‘the new’. The need to innovate, refresh and update is growing each day. We want more, faster and better. But because of this addiction, the buzz of ‘the new’, we tend to forget ‘the now’.
This publication is a time capsule.It preserve ‘the now’ and capture this as broadly as possible. Things like how a laptop looks and works, obsolete digital media, the position of your arm during a selfie or the beeping sounds of the OV chip card are all a part of our archive and will be highlighted at our exhibition. Our archive of not yet lost objects, sounds and movements is not presented in any particular order and not in any way complete. Our goal is simply to save future memories, memories that can be shared around the digital campfire.