“Ciò che resta” from the attempt to make tangible the phenomenon of noise pollution of the oceans and its effects and is an invitation to renegotiate the interspecies relations in the light of the ecological crisis that inexorably accompanies this was called "Anthropocene".
The project aims to promote public empathy with the semantic universe of marine mammals, through the creation of border languages between visual and computational experience. The goal is to codify and understand the patterns that go beyond the anthropocentric human context, identifying with the "non-io"; and developing the awareness of being part of a complex mechanism above the human being. This stems from the need to rethink the role, until now hegemonic, of the human being in favor of a strengthening of relations with other species and with the natural environment, as well as with artificial and inorganic elements.
The work aims to bring two different worlds, terrestrial and marine, through public awareness on the topic of ocean noise pollution. This phenomenon causes the explosion of many small marine species and interferes with the echolocation signals of cetaceans, disorienting them and causing them impact scars. The understanding of this invisible and distant problem is achieved through the analysis of scars, which unite the living beings of both worlds.