Human verification was a performance/installation for non-humans! In Swisscom building—one of those 80’s modern smart buildings—where my former studio was located, there was a lonely little green piece of land, however there was no official access to this place, it was only surrounded by office windows. No one could officially be there unless using the windows to jump there. This performance (for non-human spectators) was a tribute to this no man’s land, a celebration of interconnectivity of human-nature. A declaration that we’re not robots, an act of making love with this land.