Luziano Testi Paul
Luziano Testi Paul’s latest works explore the possibilities, myths and realities that float around in a global culture obsessed with communication. He questions the modernist imperative of building spaces for user-user interaction that inevitably end up being the same as user-machine interaction: we say what the interface lets us say, and our messages and intentions are reshaped by our interfaces. How do these ideas alter the way we perceive, react, relate, feel, and communicate? How do these ideas reshape our messages and intentions? Can we become completely blind in a world bound by optical fiber?
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