Extraordinary revelation – bacteria residues photographed after we have sent texts

Exploring The Invisible

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Long after we’ve swiped and tapped our smart phones, sent or received personal texts, our devices retain a biological history of our actions. The glyphs here are formed from the agents that harbour this history, the body’s invisible bacterial flora, that now that the messages have been electronically received or delivered, still represent a tangible residue of our manifold hellos and goodbyes.

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