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In this podcast, to accompany the exhibition The World in My Hand, we explore the question of how the smartphone has changed our world: our relationships, our love life, our identity. We trace the origins of the smartphone: what were the beginnings, but also: where do important raw materials for the smartphone actually come from? We look through the touchscreen into another world and ask how the smartphone has changed art. In each episode, artists from the exhibition and experts who deal with the smartphone have their say.

Episode 3: Black Mirror
Behind the glossy, black surface of the touchscreen lies another world, a digital landscape of images, texts, videos and apps. We navigate through this world by zooming and swiping. This episode looks at how the touchscreen determines our relationship with the smartphone and what traces we leave behind on it.

The podcast can also be heard wherever podcasts are available.

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