Digital intimacies and echoes in space

Roslyn Orlando's work explores connection and togetherness in the digital realm.
Evasion Score II (Domestic Security), 2021. Image: Roslyn Orlando

The sound of wind rushes past your ears. The windows seem to rattle. A human voice rings out: ‘Yes and yes and yes and …’

Alexa, the voice of the Amazon Echo, promptly chimes behind: ‘And … and … and … and … and …’

Meanwhile, a holographic mountain at the centre of the gallery slowly rotates, unresponsive.

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Claire Osborn-Li graduated from the University of Melbourne after finishing an Honours thesis in Art History. Now she writes about video games, and where possible, examines its intersection with contemporary art and art theory.