What separates the online and offline places on this planet? Are we growing towards being always and everywhere online or can we also specify where, when and why we sometimes want to be offline? White Spots is a cross-media project in which a number of parties explore the implications of being connected 24/7. Part of the project is the White Spots app, which launches on Tuesday May 3th during theTegenlicht MeetUp at Pakhuis de Zwijger in Amsterdam.
The White Spots app takes its users on a journey via the networks of which we are all a part to the so called ‘white spots’, places with no digital connection. Users can follow the route to these white spots and report from this non-digital world or discover living offline in 22 videos, 4 photo reports and 2 VR stories. You can download the White Spots app from May 4th in the Android and iTunes Store (Dutch only).