BUG IN ATTACHMENT is a project developed during a residency at UCA- Canterbury. Through artistic means, BUG IN ATTACHMENT brings up discussion about the influence of digitalisation on language and its resulting dehumanisation.


The artwork shows crickets, living in a tank with sheets of hexadecimal code, which was extracted from an audio-recording: the original soundtrack plays human voices alternated to those of online vocal synthesizers, making them hard to distinguish.

BUG IN ATTACHMENT was part of the group exhibition E[xtr]act hosted by Folkestone Fringe.

© 2018 by Maria Demichele.