Alicante, Spain 25/10/2020
When the Internet was coming to our daily life, not all people had computers at home. I still remember pagers (not everyone even knows what is it) and the first mobile phones of my business friends. They did not fit into a pocket and weighed about a kilogram. A cell phone was an indicator of the status of its owner. It was very expensive to use it for calling. A mobile phone holder called a friend and quickly shouted: "Call me back now!" At the time online life was like a luxury. Years passed. A little bit of time. There are more computers at home than televisions. We study online, work online, even consult a doctor online. And now you are walking through the online exhibition of Veronica Lobareva, looking at your phone, perhaps on your way home, in the subway or in a cafe. Conveniently? Certainly. But the good old offline world is not available to everyone now. Live communication is like a luxury. This is already a fact and ... just don't forget about it.