“That’s all it is: information. Even a simulated experience or a dream; simultaneous reality and fantasy. Any way you look at it, all the information that a person accumulates in a lifetime is just a drop in the bucket.”
Information has always traveled through the streets, real or located in the ether. In the digital age, the informations can be transmit without the help of physical streets, very rapidly (light speed 300,000 km/s) and with costs virtually absent.
These topographies are places in silicon, today’s system of transmission of informations. Where the data travels? The traces of motherboards are the modern copper roads, they allow data to travel around the world. In the past humans built roads to connect places and exchange informations. Today humans build motherboards, chipsets and integrated circuits to do it. These images are macro, hyper detailed photographs, exactly like satellite images of google maps. Contemporary metropolis