Null is a book that explores surface and flatness in the digital space. Thousands of light signals hit the receptors on our retina and form an image in our mind. From two-dimentional imagery we perceive and understand three-dimentional objects and space.
This is how human eyes perceive the world, but also how artificial intelligence makes judgements about each individual human being. This book aims to reflect on whether we are able to reach the reality through images, and thus questions the legitimacy of surveillance carried out by artificial intelligence which makes judgement merely based on the imagery of the public.
Instructed by Hammett Nurosi and Anastasiia Raina.