A confident relationship with the unknown
The Chinese government is developing a Social Credit System that rates the trustworthiness of its citizens by analyzing their social behaviors and collecting fiscal and government data. In the near future, the credit score becomes a new social status and will soon cause segregation of the citizens.
Using the Social credit surveillance of China as a context background, I am questioning the tangibility of trust in the virtual age. The project is divided into different chapters or stories of fiction speculating the role of trust in the future.
Surveillance and Control – Collapse of Trust – Building of Trust – Segregation
Low resolution: Untrustworthy
The bridge between certain and uncertain
High resolution: Trustworthy