From 1st-31st September 2016, artist Mark Farid broadcast his entire digital footprint, online, in realtime. This included all of his personal and professional emails, text messages, phone calls, Skype conversations, social media activity, web browsing, locations, Twitter and Instagram posts, as well as any photos or videos he captured.
In addition, any 'sponsored,' 'suggested' and online adverts tailored to Mark were shown. Regardless of the date, time, duration, location or the content Farid amassed, there was no restriction on the content publicised.
Meanwhile, at Gazelli Art House, London, a 3D printer transformed Mark's data at 24-hour intervals, creating an expanding digital landscape: an abstract sculpture formed of 31 unique parts, each modelling a day of Mark's digital life.
September 2016, 01:37
Creator, Editor, Narrator: Sophie le Roux
Music: Joseph Little
October 2016, 06:15
Berlin 2016. Featuring arial acrobat Sophia K.