'Love or hate it, our affair with all things technological shows no signs of slowing'
Developed at a time of great uncertainty and change, Mudam’s exhibition, Post Capital - Art and Economics of the Digital Age, forces us to question not only the economics of technologies, but also its humanity.
How implicit are we, as individuals, when surrendering privacies and hard-won freedoms to a string of tech companies. It’s an uneasy relationship that smacks of abuse and addiction, but one that we struggle to break.
Now at a crossroads between old ways and the ‘new normal’ we are forced to take a long, hard look at one of the most ubiquitous, damaging and all-consuming inventions of our time - technology.
Love or hate it, our affair with all things technological shows no signs of slowing and remains the one commodity we have all invested in.
So, prepare for a trip in the real world, sharing time with neglected friends and relations. But, don’t forget to take that all important sidekick, the one that documents your life and accompanies you everywhere - your phone. That’s who our ‘real relationship’ is with anyway, isn’t it?
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