In 1995, French anthropologist Marc Augé coined the neologism ‘non-place’ to describe places that are not a destination but spaces of passing; lacking meaning and history, with which humans do not experientially relate to in an intimate sense. IGNANT has digitally-rendered these functional and highly visual spatial productions as fugitive glimpses of a pristine world—as desolate, transient public places, characterized by concrete and artificial surfaces. We set out to show how the new HP Elite Dragonfly portable laptop may transform these spaces of transition, by reappropriating and reassessing our notions of place.

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