Tom JagerART / COBERCOHAL
We increasingly use technology to fill the voids in our emotional wellbeing, to distract from the life that might be. Surrounded by an array of gadgets and behind vivid screens, human nature remains unchanged and is never truly satisfied by this endless stream of technological extensions. Virtual reality proves to be a poor remedy, but an exceptional sedative.
What happens when we surrender in the contest for our attention? And what if the victorious technologies cease to exist?