Experimenting with narrative form, Joanne Vosloo (Pretoria, South Africa, 1991) comments on the developmental influence of the "on" and "offline" world through garments while capturing the many stories that lifelong objects contain. Vosloo presents a sandbox inhabited by various created objects and baptized "digi-friends". The installation I, Object is inspired by the longevity that sand possesses, a collectors item in-game as well as the actual presence a player is able to leave behind. An unvarnished translation of the term "sandbox game" (defined as an open world video game where one's avatar can explore, collect and construct), Vosloo’s work is based on re-crafting a physical interpretation highlighting counter-experiences. Morphing this logic back into physical exhibition space, Vosloo invites viewers to speculate between physical and virtual systems.