Marc Cowan

Inhaling Media

The air is thick. Artificial light glares from our phones, computers and TVs and we are magnetised – bombarded by slogans, jingles, news bites and sales calls. Even as we sleep, the media rummage through our data and decide which stories to feed us next. All around us, the air is filled with an endless broadcast of media smog. We are permanently on air, inhaling media.

Commission for Glastonbury Festival’s Shangri-La.