The digital content we encounter daily is mesmerizing, perpetually regenerated, but often quickly forgotten. The stream of texts, images and videos are consumed en masse, but rarely have a lasting perceptible impact on its consumers. It stays merely afloat in the online realm.

For Inbox interference, we selected digital artworks that aim to have a small but significant impact on your digital routine.

A collection of artworks conceived and mediated through the digital format will be shared in a series of newsletters.

Check the previous newsletters : 
︎ Marc Buchy
︎ Emi Kodama
︎ Jonas Beerts