Infinity Link is a hypertext narrative exploring an alternative world where citizens make the rules
About the work
Infinity Link is a story primarily about value, freedom of speech and futurism. Referring to some sort of future, or a parallel universe (who knows) emerging in the form of a hypertext narrative.
Imagining a world where, after an economic collapse, the citizens are free to run the world themselves. Advertising boards left for anyone, eventually the local citizens form their own town branding machine for everyone to use.
In the context of the 2020/2021 lockdowns, it's been difficult to feel a “sense of place". The digital world is infinite and infiltrates our physical spaces. How do we define where one element ends and another begins - we don't. Things can appear as having no boundaries. Digital entities have real world implications. Infinity Link references online media, advertising and news, in a way that reveals our online worlds as an extension of places and identities.
To navigate your way through Infinity Link, click on objects or the click links located at the very top of the pages to proceed to the next page.
How to get the best experience
Infinity Link is best explored on laptop or desktop, since some features do not work on mobile – you’ll be warned beforehand which features won't work.
We also recommended using Brave Browser, Chrome or Firefox to explore the artwork (Safaris users may find certain elements do not work as intended).
Infinity Link is made using React js, threejs library and react-three-fiber. Special thanks to the react-three-fiber community, FutureEverything and Studio Treble for the support in making this artwork.