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ABOUT THIS WORK
In a mass culture based on interaction, everything can lead to debating, be it official news or pieces of someone’s private life. Anyone has the opportunity to publically comment any form of content, be it anonymously or not. Virtual networks gain a greater and greater place in our everyday life. The spectator is instantly drawn into «RGB Rules», thereby creating a dialogue. The spectator can therefore « walk into the work of art » and, in so doing, change its composition at every second. As in virtual worlds, the spectator’s image will either get approval or suffer rejection from individuals, symbolised by their hands. Most of these hands are wearing gloves, in reference to anonymity and the (however paradoxical) distance inherent to the new media. Certain hands, ones that may have seemed to be well intentioned, can take on a different role as one walks through the work of art. Indeed, once seen clapping, some hands are later seen surrounding and touching the spectator. The hands that had expressed a positive or negative appreciation transform into menacing fists, triggering a debate on the new limits of privacy as established by the virtual world.