The current project is a digital, interactive, audiovisual application that can be used either as a virtual installation accompanied by a simultaneous projection of its content in the physical space or be distributed as an executable digital medium on any computer, compatible with its technical specifications. It examines the flow of information, its creation, collection, storage, interpretation and utilization through perceptual mechanisms that mutate -enhance or degrade- with the available tools of digital reality and its transformation from a sequence of serial, adjacent and referential values to one unified context, what is usually interpreted as meaning or significance. The participants of this reality are called upon to engage at the degree of signification that expresses them better, ranging from a purely perceptual and empirical viewing to a frantic clarification of everything included.
Georgia Skartadou is a 30 year old artist/designer that lives and works in Greece. She holds a diploma in Architectural Engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece and a master's degree in Audiovisual Arts in the Digital Age from Ionian University, Greece.
Her work is focused on a merging between science and digital technology with aesthetics, art and design. She uses tools and methods such as digital simulations, machine learning, data visualizations and virtual reality. Her main target is to address some underlying connection between humans, tools and artefacts, a feedback loop that circulates between creator and creation. Recurrent to her workflow is a reference to the technical production and distribution of images and texts that serve as a means to create our worldview.