Go to any urban space at your favourite time of the day and draw a mountain, physically on paper or digitally on screen, against the backdrop of what you are seeing.
Our world today is defined by experiences between the empirical and the digital. Technology is no longer a tool; it is now a dimension that parallels the empirical world. Just as technological space references physical spaces, the latter now draw from the former. This project is grounded upon a triangular feedback system between the physical, the digital, and the psychological.
This instructional-based participatory project begins with a participant-decided urban site at their preferred time of day and advocates an imposition of a mountain symbol, drawn either on paper or digitally composed, set against the chosen urban backdrop. The project completes with a pictorial record of the activity. The image of the mountain is a symbolic expression of one’s consciousness, which serves as an essential bridge between the physical and the digital. The result is consequently an allegorical articulation of the triangular feedback system between the physical, the digital, and the psychological.