Human perception has long been influenced by technological breakthroughs. An intimate mediation of technology lies in between our direct perceptions and the environment we perceive. Through three extreme ideal types of perceptual machines, this project defamiliarizes and questions the habitual ways in which we interpret, operate, and understand the visual SPACE intervened by digital media. 

The three machines create: 

Hyper-sensitive vision – a speculation on social media’s amplification effect and our filtered communication landscape. 

Hyper-focused vision – an analogue version of the searching behavior on the Internet.

Hyper-commoditized vision – monetized vision that meditates on the omnipresent advertisement targeted all over our visual field.