It's known that electrical devices' interconnection nearly always requires correct polarity to be maintained; however, what's the outlet if one of the poles is overcharged by its opposite? The Wireless Anatomy of Man is a mysterious scientific photography archive depicting The Hague toward a possible future, where such unbalanced polarization — an outcome of a rushed and precarious 5G full rollout — swept everything in its path.
Through photography and an unseen menace, the series puts into perspective the representation of multiple and opposite uncertainties throughout society. It operates within a reality where the present and future co-exists to question how hyperconnectivity is an ambiguous tool for simultaneously improving and destroying humanity.
Here, science-fiction isn't to predict neither to prevent the future. It's a method to explore the emotions around that grey zone of uncertainty—that thin line between paranoia and awareness. In the end, this work still poses the question: under which circumstances can we share one single reality again?