Bloop (2010)

People are closing themselves inside glass aquariums. Web based social networks expose every single moment of our day-life routine as if we were living inside a glass house. Bloop is a commentary on this very unique moment of social networks incrustation,exploring the idea of "enfo" - redundant and useless information within the web.

Two fishes inside a tank tend to communicate when close to each other. This moment triggers a random and unintelligible message that is sent to the emitter twitter's account.

Follow the fishes here:

http://twitter.com/bloop_a http://twitter.com/bloop_b

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People are closing themselves inside glass aquariums. Web based social networks expose every single moment of our day-life routine as if we were living inside a glass house. Bloop is a commentary on this very unique moment of social networks incrustation,exploring the idea of "enfo" - redundant and useless information within the web.

Two fishes inside a tank tend to communicate when close to each other. This moment triggers a random and unintelligible message that is sent to the emitter twitter's account.

Follow the fishes here:

http://twitter.com/bloop_a http://twitter.com/bloop_b

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