"We See Each Other All the Time" is a month-long experience and exhibition that explores the nature of our perpetually cell-phone connected world.
Artists and friends, Dana Moser and Nita Sturiale, have completed a 30-day communication exercise where they used various methods of information exchange every day without fail. These included cell phones, pay phones, Skype, text, images, email, paper letters and postcards, web-based social networks, video, and personal live meetings, both synchronous and asynchronous.
Information encoding from one form to another and again into another is a dynamic visual force upon which our culture now depends. The artists are interested in playing with the substance of this force and refocusing our attention on the meaningful connections between us.