Cell Project Space presents a solo project by Dutch artist Anne De Vries. His new work deals with the varying notions of 'the individual’ inside the mass collectivity of 'pluralist culture', bringing into question an evolving ideology of design and architecture in the public sphere. For this project de Vries unfolds an integration of physical and virtual elements from the synthetic environment of large scale music events revealing an environment that hinges on an uninterrupted flow of sound, image, light and digital information, positioned to develop fictional power structures that engineer mass ecstatic experience. Choosing the apolitical context of mass audiences, SUBMISSION refers to the human condition that collectively engages, either physically or virtually with a provisional 'high-octane' language. De Vries sites this condition alongside subjects akin to emphatic, sensory experience. His work attempts to give form and purpose to our hyper connected world and reveals it as information driven reality where digital technologies are embedded in everyday life and feed a human desire to surpass the limitations of body and mind.