かわいい kawaii = adorable in Japanese

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At the center bottom we find the Fairy of Prism, a creature born by aura crystals, depicted as fairy dressed with iridescent fabric wrapped by a share symbol buckle, whose gaudy rainbow lights gushing from her left hand
shatter the evil Prism - a surveillance program enabled in-depth monitoring of live communications of most of the world's Internet traffic.
On her right she’s turning into dust the Panopticon map, a sort of big brother jail, an institutional building designed by the English social theorist Jeremy Bentham in the late 18th century. The concept of Panopticon is to allow all (pan-) inmates of an institution to be observed (-opticon) by a single watchman and keep the inmates unaware by whom and when they were being watched.

In the center, a floral wrath is portraying a woman's face tangled in biometric facial recongnition diagram, a system able to identify or verify a person from a digital image, frequently used as a security system in many countries.
A Photoshop erase button springs out where the cursor is pointing the correct choice able to erase her face's cage.

Next to the portait stand the Fern-Women rising a banner of the limit of f as x approaches infinity.

The word resistance at its third power is applied to the function, whose tendency is infinity.
The symbolism of the mathematical expression and ferns of which women are composed by is expressing the concept of endless applied to rebellion.
The ferns, known as the most resilient plant creatures during planetary changes, recall and symbolize the innate human ability to resist to oppression and injustice.
In addition, ferns have the property of reproduction in a fractal, namely, infinite, which means in other words, resistance forever.

Above at left we find a Grass Mud Horse or Cǎonímǎ (草泥马) a Chinese Internet meme widely used as a form of symbolic defiance of the widespread Internet censorship in China.
The animal resembles an Alpaca, here depicted as a fluffy kawaii toy (Kawaii = adorable in Japanese), painted with typical kawaii style (childish pastel hues, and big sweet eyes)

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On the opposite side, on right, the cover of the first French edition of Surveiller et punir: Naissance de la prison(Discipline and Punish: The Birth of the Prison, 1975 ) by Michel Foucault, which analyzes the normalizing practices employed by modern society, which includes prison, punishment and biopolitics.
Between the repeating patterns a small maps of the Internet censorship and surveillance by country.

The background pattern is made by pink motherboard curcuits.

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