Digital dystopia is an installation questioning our inflating expectations from technology. It explores our hopes residing in it and how we quantify progress based on it. But what are the dangers in this type of progress? What becomes of our faith and dependency on it if it fails, and most importantly how does it impact a culture that is rapidly accelerating at a feverish pitch of consumption and at the far end, increasingly promoting obsoletism and redundancy. Digital Dystopia is a projection mapped montage of some of mankind’s greatest strides in technology, and the disasters it has brought about. It persuades the viewer to observe technology from a critical standpoint, and urge people to question the direction of its progress. Digital Dystopia was showcased at Counter Culture, Bangalore.