"I’m fascinated at the fact you could be looking at your phone at an image from another continent in one second, and then look up an you’re in the middle of dinner at a restaurant in New York. Or how you can find out that an old friend went to a concert last night but you haven’t seen them in months. And on top of that you find out about a far-away tragedy, without even having to scroll down. It’s pretty eerie, as if everything is just floating along, content, on these multiple, disconnected planes. A whole other space is created, and there’s this nostalgia for something that doesn’t exist. Maybe the novelty is wearing off though."
— Charlie Rubin, interview with Jörg Colberg, Foam Magazine #36