Reality is not always probable
90 x 70 x 18.5 cm
“Reality is not always probable” is constructed from tens of thousands of colored dice. The work was made by manually emulating the rules of a simple computer binary program. The artist collective Troika often investigates the line between nature and digital production. Reality is not always probable; reminds us how digital sequences and algorithms are becoming our realities. It shows the triumph of digital production as the new physical reality. The dice are used as symbols for chance, fate, and luck. They emphasize the uncertain and improbable reality of digital production.