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ICAARG presents: Mindlessness

"Our existence requires the occupation of spaces that we’ve conceived entitlement to. We are obsessed with claiming possession, and placing our marks on territories in the real, and now, the invented. The internet is the newest way to occupy space. We upload and download our existence, chronicle it into files of data, and collect it in invisible spaces. The way these spaces are now integrating into our every day are commonly discussed, often without a visual understanding of the space in question."

ICAARG 

on Tumblr

on Facebook

Facebook Event

ICAARG presents: Mindlessness

"Our existence requires the occupation of spaces that we’ve conceived entitlement to. We are obsessed with claiming possession, and placing our marks on territories in the real, and now, the invented. The internet is the newest way to occupy space. We upload and download our existence, chronicle it into files of data, and collect it in invisible spaces. The way these spaces are now integrating into our every day are commonly discussed, often without a visual understanding of the space in question."

ICAARG 

on Tumblr

on Facebook

Facebook Event

ICAARG presents: Mindlessness

"Our existence requires the occupation of spaces that we’ve conceived entitlement to. We are obsessed with claiming possession, and placing our marks on territories in the real, and now, the invented. The internet is the newest way to occupy space. We upload and download our existence, chronicle it into files of data, and collect it in invisible spaces. The way these spaces are now integrating into our every day are commonly discussed, often without a visual understanding of the space in question."

ICAARG 

on Tumblr

on Facebook

Facebook Event

ICAARG presents: Mindlessness

"Our existence requires the occupation of spaces that we’ve conceived entitlement to. We are obsessed with claiming possession, and placing our marks on territories in the real, and now, the invented. The internet is the newest way to occupy space. We upload and download our existence, chronicle it into files of data, and collect it in invisible spaces. The way these spaces are now integrating into our every day are commonly discussed, often without a visual understanding of the space in question."

ICAARG 

on Tumblr

on Facebook

Facebook Event

Francis Pienaar on Instagram

Francis Pienaar on Instagram