Screen Time is an installation that consists of three screen-prints of contemporary desktop computers with blank screens. Each serigraph is mirrored by a mobile device on a tripod with an animated GIF that exists within the blank space of the screen-printed screen. Generated by a digital video synthesizer, these GIFs reflect on some of the many ways time can be spent with screens.
Emma Ongman is an interdisciplinary artist interested in questioning structures of reality. She is currently inspired by the evolution of technology and its influence on human behaviour. Her recent work explores mainstream habits of media consumption and the potential of technology beyond its intended use.