Invisible was a research project and short film about digital information, created in 2012.

Today, there are two spheres of public space. Firstly, the everyday ballet of physical activity. Roast Chestnut sellers, tourists, dancers, commuters, et cetera. The second is the invisible layer of digital activity that in recent years has come to create more of an impact on how people use cities than the buildings themselves.

"As we have grown accustomed to navigating the city with our smartphones and our printouts from Google maps, we have come to know it from above, as a two-dimensional, planimetric experience. Instead of seeing ourselves as part of the city fabric, inhabiting a three-dimensional urban condition, we dwell in a permanent out-of-body experience, displaced from our own locations, seeing ourselves as moving dots or pins on a map."
The Invisible City





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