A dada-like exploration of fakeness and reality in which the inconsistencies of parallel truths are revealed.
Short piece (20 mins)
The largest information resource we have, the internet, which has radically altered our modes of communication, has zero obligation to be factual. Anyone can say anything and present it as truthful, correct and unquestionable. This world wide web where anything goes has marked the advent of a posttruth world where the boundary between fact and fiction becomes more difficult to discern and the distinction between truth-telling and lies less clear. This new reality has permeated our lives, infiltrating the apparent with ambiguity and staining the effable with ambivalence.