"A Room is not a House or Banham's Latest Nightmare" by Nicolas Verdejo
There was no other choice but to draw. In a year enclosed, our interiors began to be more and more our exteriors, our places of interaction with those who were distant, the space of dissolution of the public with the private. Our rooms were our bubbles, the setting for every fiction or dystopia our imaginations could project, and this was as far as we could go. Banham noticed it, even if we didn't like it. Starting in 2020, and with more force than ever, our lives began to orbit an endless technological device, a technological nightmare, omnipresent and georeferenced.
A Room is not a House or Banham's Latest Nightmare