In thousands of years from now, will archaeologist’s find human remains with heads down, hands clutching rusty but still intact smart phones?
Our obsession with our handhelds is the subject of Alan Powdrill’s latest project ‘Don’t Look Up’. Using battered antique phones loaded with old 35mm film, Alan offers a wry look at all ages glued to their handsets.
What are we missing while our heads are down checking that vital information we just have to see? Is human interaction suffering because we have more connection to our devices than each other?