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ANTOINE CATALA AT 47 CANAL, NEW YORK

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Everything is Okay
An opera of the everyday about small digital images used in electronic communication

Do you use emojis when:
❑ a   you are sad and lonely?
❑ b   you feel your friends are distant?
❑ c   you feel the need to reassure your chat partner?
❑ d   in a work context?

Are emojis:
❑ a   parasites to language?
❑ b   a welcome transposition into written language of tonal in ections borrowed from speech?
❑ c   cute and playful?
❑ d   costly?

When you receive an emoji, do you feel:
❑ a  the love?
❑ b  misunderstood?
❑ c  like the person who sent you the message is having fun?
❑ d  nothing?

You often:
❑ a  have dreams where your words are replaced by icons?
❑ b  wonder if emojis are spying on you?
❑ c  imagine what a world without them would be?
❑ d  wonder when emojis really started to exist?

 

Everything is Okay by Antoine Catala
47 Canal, New York 
Through December 17

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