What we produce is a moment, endowed with its uniqueness. You can remember it, or you can forget it – nothing will be changed in a result.

Derivetv team

Along with water, land and air contamination,

we should consider online pollution

Today we live under information overload permanently, and instead of free circulation, information settles down and accumulates as gigabytes on servers.

Messes of broken virtual machines, empty online production farms, piles of code and shells: they are zones of desolation in the virtual space.

We recognize a new landscape of encumbrance and alienation through our screens. In the burdens of the useless, the possibility of productive interaction with this or that element, event, fact, interpretation is not merely thrown into question but can be articulated less and less.

The Internet turns into a dump of uselessness, inapplicability, excess, although earlier it had the potential to improve communication, liberate knowledge, and provide decentralization.

Derivetv is a way to get rid of storing art and information to gain the integrity of memory

What we produce is a moment, endowed with its uniqueness. You can remember it, or you can forget it – nothing will be changed in a result.

Our archives, which cannot be abandoned, are the only way of returning to a card catalog that keeps mentions but never stores objects and situations because the reproduction of objects and situations does not mean their confirmation in reality.

Maybe reproduction is just a trap.

We aim to produce data that cannot be repeated

And therefore we generate data that corresponds to itself at the moment when it is being revealed to the world.

Now it is possible to return only to the mention and recollection of the unique moment, which once was, and which always is, but which cannot be replaced by the endless reproduction on the screens.

From that moment, there are only traces that line out the map of the one which cannot be reproduced, and therefore of the one which is always can be possible again.