There is little information on the theme of the exhibition save for a short bit of poetry referencing Greek mythology’s tragic god-couple Orpheus and Eurydice, physical highways and information networks as a space of transition and a potential analogy for lost hope:
“It is night. Orpheus glances back and crosses Eurydice’s gaze Intersecting between Grand and Orpheus, the highway a place of transition where some things change others remain the same at this speed, systems of information and structures of power are unveiled
Who is looking?
I don’t know
I don’t care
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