UNDER THE CLOUD
Digital technologies have evolved to fit in the palm of our hand. We carry around our data as digits, but we also keep it in the cloud. This seemingly amorphous, placeless and airy thing is, in fact, a global network of high-fenced massive data centres. From the physical infrastructure of the data network, new geographies evolve. In the network, data flows. We leave our data traces everywhere and can only assume how our data is processed, analysed and used. Our uploads, downloads, website visits, web searches, chats, contacts and payments feed an asymmetric system of power installed by those who exploit and manipulate the flow of information.