3% of Everything (2019) 

3D Printed PLA, monitor, spray paint, installation materials, artificial intelligence object recognition software YOLO.
200cm x 150cm x 300cm 

3% of Everything (2019) is a response to the increase of data surveillance in our daily lives. Set in a world where machines are viewing our interior, the sculpture acts as the opposite of camouflage by actively being detected by object recognition software. Made by 3d scanning objects in her apartment,  assembling digital hybrids and 3D printing the results, these objects reside within multiple categories therefore confusing and lowering the confidence score of the software producing invaluable data. 

Thank you to Marc Klein, The MC de Visser Fund Foundation and the Nova Scotia Talent Trust for their support. Photography by Salvador Miranda and Magdalena Wierzbicka

*Winner of the MIARD Alumni Research Award 2019
Exhibited at Dutch Design Week 2019