Archiv Obliv is a fictive exhibition taking place in the year 3021 and centering around objects 3D-generated by random data found on the Internet.
The project was made by german designer Jakob Weber and features 100 archeological objects. These artifacts are scientifically analyzed and put into a historical and cultural context.
Is digitization changing the way we remember? What is the difference between storing information and remembering? What's the purpose of forgetting? What cultural value could all the data junk we collect today have in the far future?
Visit the Archiv on Behance or Instagram