The World as a simulation is a series of digital artworks of virtual landscapes generated based on real life terrain data and satellite images.
Mathematical symbol "∄"(there does not exist) carved into the body of water and sand, the process of physically simulated erosion created the hyper realistic combination of actual and virtual, left the metaphorical symbol as where none exist to question the very vulnerable perception of the real.
Work Inspired by French Philosopher Jean Baudrillard.
ALOS PALSAR Data of Bolivia Retrieved from ASF; Satellite data Retrieved from Google Earth;
Siying Huang | HESPERONIS 2017