Anaki (アナーキー , Japanese for anarchy) is a social, interactive and playful happening at the waterside with surprising twists. The total picture is formed by the public: you control a inflatable animal with your phone.
Below the cheerful layer of controllable inflatable creatures lays a hidden question. The game challenges the measure of individual freedom in the Western society. Can the individual cope with the social codes determined by cultural origin, politics and religion? How great is the desire to operate individually? In Anaki, the mother figure signifies the the social force field, while the inflatable creatures represent the individual. Can you detach yourself from the mother?
In collaboration with: Pim de Bilde