I understand electricity as a complex and chaotic network, as the primary vehicle for the generating of cartographies, physical as well as virtual, that connects us daily and instantaneously to any place in the world. With electricity we are capable of globally extending our central nervous system and linking it immediately with the rest of humanity. I understand electricity as a process, a continual process of creation and relational transformation of material, data and information which we feed on in order to exercise communicative action. I also understand it as being responsible for automation; with electricity a machine becomes autonomous, independent, ceasing to be a simple medium for the artist, and as such becoming the feasible vehicle that allows it to carry out the transformation of the representational paradigm. And, lastly, I understand it as the cause of our ‘electrical being’, the being that avoids the heavy blow of new technology and contains that violence with full knowledge, the being that flows with its use and, also, is capable of reflecting on its impact.