New Tor Circuits
March 2016 The Tor browser (in short) is an internet browser that creates an encrypted connection between your computer and the website you’re visiting. Instead of connecting directly to the website itself Tor picks a random path of routers in its network. This way it becomes nearly impossible be traced or surveilled online.

This installation plays with Tor’s routing system. It exists out of a composition of webpages opened in the Tor browser on a computer with a 1920 by 1080 pixels screen. A script that controls the mouse is programmed to reload the pages with a new circuit of routers from time to time. The content of the webpages depends on the IP address of the router visiting the webpage, which is different with each circuit. Therefore the installation gives a different audiovisual output each time it runs.