Immaterials at Home
Contemporary homes incorporate an increasing number of networked objects, including phones, TVs, and light bulbs. Data is streamed in and out of homes across them. The processes that make these circulations possible are both mundane and obscure. What does the networked landscape of a contemporary home look like? Immaterials at Home investigates commonplace technologies of contemporary living, by creating instruments and visualizations to make this technological domestic landscape accessible as a cultural phenomenon.
Martinussen, E.Knutsen, J.(2016). Immaterials at Home. Oslo Available: http://oslotriennale.no/en/