Blah Blah Blah is an interactive object that reacts to the public movement with sound and light. Its title refers to the replacement of words that are repetitive or redundant, those that are never uttered. It also refers to the 85% of data that is stored but never used.
The opacity around the topic of data storage creates a void between the facts that we know, a great amount of not analyzed information, and the unknown physical space of data centers. Paradoxically, data creates a need for architectural space that has nothing to do with the idea of the matterless and abstract cloud.
Blah Blah Blah is an interactive 1:1 (2x1m) scale geometric partly concrete structure.In the installation, the bodies of the audience will activate the installation.