Perkūnas [the Lithuanian name for (the God of) Thunder], exhibited in the Network Architecture Lab’s Detachment Show at the Contemporary Art Centre in Vilnius, Lithuania. A ventilation fan, installed outside the gallery, passes air through a large structure made of ducts, producing noise. A microprocessor monitors the space for active Wi-Fi-enabled electronic gadgets and controls the amount of air flowing through the duct and hence, the amount of noise in the room, affecting face-to-face-communication. More here. For a video, go to Vimeo.