Worldwide, privacy is challenged while our dependency on networks is increasing. Governments and corporations are massively harvesting personal data. Citizens need to take back some control to preserve freedom of information.
Based on the simple idea of tying information to the physical space, Invisible Islands provides a naturally sheltered medium for the community to share and interact in the public space.
Part one of Invisible Islands is taking place in Aarhus, Denmark during summer 2014 and will be presented as part of the Media Architecture Biennale 2014.