This series of whiteboard can be considered depositions of the (user) uploaded content of the social media platform Deli Near Info. At the time I was thinking a lot about the discrepancy between traditional art making which values the production of immutable, monumental objects, and the development of software and online publishing, which always remain somewhat fluid, and never fully reach completion, or conclusion.
Whiteboards aid the collaborative process of software teams, by visualizing methodologies like 'scrum' or 'kanban'. They can always be erased, and their drawings are often complemented with magnets that stick to the surface, but never permanently.
These whiteboards can always be reconfigured, and information could be added, or removed at will, which complicated their functioning as art objects.