Liberation, by Hisashi Murata, is an installation using a robot that unleashes itself to die whenever it comes alive.
When the robot is plugged into a wall outlet, one can activate it using a remote controller. Then the robot moves away from the wall and plugs itself out. It is simple but conveys a powerful message.
[Silence after the liberation.]
Murata says its about Robots, which can not function without electricity, unplugging itself by its own will. But the silence after that moment and what we think about the silence can be relevant to any kinds of freedom we desire -- including the desire to be free from WiFi ;-p
via Digital Stadium