The exhibition, Nobody Sees Us: Rewiring Our Communication Systems explores the hidden structures of communication networks and the ways in which they can be rebuilt, reconstructed, and reshaped through the digital medium. This exhibition is titled after Sylvia Plath's poem Mushrooms. Textiles link nature to the digital world, and computers expose hidden internet structures. Through these works by artists Kate Geck, and Mark Farid, we can see things that have become visible, to imagine and reimagine communication in new ways. The exhibition juxtaposes physical and virtual worlds, exploring the similarities in the structures of nature and culture, and the trinity of waves, frequencies, and physics. The exhibition invites us to explore our complex networks and rethink the ways in which we communicate with each other.
Kate Geck, Mark Farid, ISEA2023 laureates artists