Doug Aitken – Electric Earth (1999)

In Aitken’s dystopic landscape, the last surviving man wanders through an ambiguous landscape, communicating directly with the rhythms produced by the electricity that powers the machines. Similar to what we’ve been talking about as direct back and forth communication between man and technology, but requiring no futuristic setting.

-dn

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