The desire to infinitely survey and interact with the audience finds personification in Theia, an interactive installation overlooking the space, where the viewers can also see their own actions reflected through the curious, animated pupils.

Theia brings to light the ubiquity of the Big Brother-like governance we are under in this age of ever-evolving technology—where like it or not, we are all under constant surveillance through pretty much every electronic device around us. It also explores the one-sided nature of surveillance, wherein the audience can only see themselves when they try to look into the eyes, and see nothing that reflects the thoughts or actions of this creature that is constantly looking upon them.
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