Digital Consequences

Sebastian Morales

Your facebook likes hurt more than you think.


As our digital existence evolves, we continue to discover (rediscover) the meaning of our virtual self on our interaction with the medium.

Digital Consequences is a social mechanics piece where your “likes”, “loves” and “shares” are fed into a tangible machine, controlling it, revealing how our virtual live and our physical one are not parallel to each other but more often an intricate weaving.

This piece can be observed both physically at the gallery as well as online, where users can login to the live stream on their Facebook wall where they can then interact with others and the machine.

Spectators control, spectators decide, spectators have the power, even if they are not aware of it.


Networked Media