Considering the web as a free space where our private life can still be preserved often implies forgetting the strong implications and conflicts linked to the data we generate while we browse and which build our digital identity. (no)control tries to unveil the mechanisms of control and their asymmetry on the web by physically embodying them. This installation tries to illustrate how data based companies process, control and manipulate our data without our consent, awareness or involvement over time.
You can see a video of the installation here.
Exhibited at ESADSE Graduate Showcase 2019 (Saint-Etienne, France) and at Radical Networks 2019 (NYC, USA).