4-channel video installation, 4-channel Audio, 2020

Person1.00_encoded is an installation questioning individual identity and view of nature in post-digital societies.

It incorporates and compares the replication and repetition in body discipline (by introducing radio gymnastic, a daily routine in Asian schools) and machine learning (by using tools of human pose estimation, which has been widely applied in the social surveillance system of China), trying to continue the aesthetic idea of glitch art as a methodology and resistance against the intrusion of these compilations in everyday life.

With emerged loss through the process of compiling, the disciplined avatar inside of the cube resists passively in the gap between human and machine, virtuality and reality, while data’s being presented to the material world as a spectacle.