Visual nonsense is an art installation consisting of a series of photographs in which the viewer can see common objects that, although devalued by some imperfection, still remain functional. Photographs are just a basic list of visual spots, which to some extent can affect everybody’s everyday life. Our aim is to show visual smog in a transmitted form, to demonstrate in everyday situations how omnipresent this topic is.
Visual nonsense is an artistic elaboration of the theme of visual smog and invites the viewer to wonder where the limits of visual smog are. Can we get used to it? Does it really bother us?