"In the original ‘Ways of Seeing’, John Berger explored how what we see is influenced by assumptions concerning beauty, truth, taste, class and gender. In this series, we’ve seen how many of those assumptions are now embedded, often invisibly, into the technologies that we use every day.
Berger also said that 'We only see what we look at. To look is an act of choice.' That’s still the case today. We can choose the lens through which we see the world, and we can also craft new tools for seeing a different world. Our choice depends on how well we—all of us—understand our new technologies, and how much we’re prepared to care, think, and rethink what it is that we want from them."
"There's something hypnotic about listening to an entire album from start to finish. You begin to sense an invisible network between each song: beats from the first track reverberate with the emotions of the last, like a central nervous system made of low frequencies."