The exhibition is based on the social and critical theory of Zygmunt Bauman (1925−2017) that speaks about ‚Liquid Modernity’ in the book with the same title published in 2000 in Cambridge. Liquid modernity is a consequence of globalization. Bauman examines how we have moved away from hardware-focused modernity to a liquid software-based modernity that caused profound changes in to all aspects of the human condition. The instantaneous time of the software world is immediate but also leads to exhaustion and fading interest. If solid modernity posited eternal duration as the main motive ‚Fluidity’ is the metaphor for the present stage of era.