Virtual Utopia

The broader geo-political world is increasingly bizarre.

The idea of what “nation” we belong to is increasingly self-defined and insular. The individual has lost belief in, the larger nation state. Imaginary or virtual places are as “real” as real places: fact and fiction, news and satire, war and entertainment, black and white, male and female, the tangible and intangible, have all merged to form a destabilized, non-concrete, non-binary, self-defined world.

In this technocracy each individual has the opportunity to fabricate their own individual cultural identity, each has the opportunity to become their own nation...This project is about rethinking national identity.