B6_#065 // The Cave // Ema Hana Kacar
The vast majority of human activity is the creation and transport of information, and our lives are becoming a lineup of computerized tasks. We are in a state of constant absorption of an infinite, never-ending amount of information, causing our attention span to shorten to that of a goldfish. Who needs to remember things when you’ve got Google at the end of your fingertips at any given moment in time?
You, a human being, have been reduced to the online, iCloud version of yourself. It’s only a matter of time until human interaction is made redundant, and the only thing you’ll need to function is a hyper-speed internet connection and a lifetime subscription to Amazon Prime’s next day delivery service.
Ema Hana Kacar is a Diploma Student at the Architectural Association