THE MATERIALISATION AND INTERFACE OF THE COLLECTED SOUNDSCAPES

What is the value of our personal space? Is it considered unlawful if individuals re-create new compositions using the collected personal data that has entered our personal space? What is the value of our personal space? Can we claim it and archive it for the future?

The interface for the materialisation of the personal space data collection will be a midi piano controller on which the public will be able to play and create unique sound compositions.

In the spirit of data protection law, the artist will seal the collected data at the end of the performance and it will become a time capsule raising questions about the absurdity of data protection law in light of our daily practices: people recording everything with smartphones, social media live streams and the untold speed of boundless information travelling across the internet. All this challenges the limits of our personal space, enters our bedrooms, enters our intimate life.

If the data has been recorded, can it ever be forgotten?