Our daily lives are saturated with information, far beyond our biological capacity to handle it. We do not have the time or the abilities to check everything we read, listen to or see over and over again. We can easily disregard certain facts and only see what is more appropriate for us. This is the background to the phenomenon of post-truth. The facts, even the most unquestionable ones, are questioned as fake news invades the media space. The attention is at the heart of Dorian Sari's practice: the one we give to information and the one we can be the object of. In Look, he questions the level of importance of the data we receive from a TV set.
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