“Shame On You”
A display screen with proportions set to the golden ratio, emitting blue light, pumping a soft byte cascade into your retinas. A pleasing grid, an intuitive interface, a warm and welcoming portal to everything that is pleasing and good.
It is just you and the rectangle. You choose. You tailor. What you fill this rectangle with is your world. This is important. This is you.
This is what you chose.
“Shame On You” is a dark exploration of the consequences of chasing virtual individuation [and faceless interactions] at the expense of the real.