Infra 2.0

The infra 2.0 project uses the techniques of applied media archeology to explore gaps and ruptures in the technological foundation of electronic mass media, surveillance, and information control systems.

The project focuses on the physiological features of human sensory systems used in the design of audiovisual equipment, as well as analog synesthesia of video and audio signal interconversions in hybrid devices of closed-circuit television, video editing, radio broadcasting, and machine vision.

Invisible light and visible radio waves become the material of audiovisual canvases with the help of modified video appliances and three-program radio receivers that turn the video scan lines and fields within and outside the visible frame into audible sounds.

The infra 2.0 project has been developing since 2014 as a series of audiovisual performances, installations, and experimental videos.