Disconnect is a 20ft interactive exhibit in which viewers navigate a series of choices, questioning the investment of
their virtual life versus their physical life. 

The data used in my piece was based on a local survey asking about one’s virtual and lifestyle habits. I collected 6
months of data and had 120+ people represented in my statistics. Each game choice had a mirrored statistic, and
option to place a sticker to become a part of the installation and survey data. 

My goal was to encourage people to have a healthy relationship between technology and their physical life. I also
included a brochure, as well as an Instagram page, @disconnect_ung, showcasing my survey statistics and 
educational content to help viewers unplug. 
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