In c:<user>\cookies, a tall, iridescent cardboard box acts as a plinth for clear display cube. The cube is lined with a material - polarizing filter - repurposed from the inside of LCD screens. This filter distorts the vision of the object found inside the box – an internet cookie. When the viewer enters the space they will find a box of internet cookies to assist in viewing the work. The process is similar to that of going to a 3D movie – when you arrive you pick up your 3D glasses and upon departure you are asked to deposit them in a box at the exit.
The cookies they are asked to hold are the same as the cookie found inside of the display cube. For the viewer it is possible that the cube is revealing to them what they are holding. Alternatively the act of holding the cookie while viewing the artwork allows the cookie to notionally record and track information about the viewer and their time spent looking at the work.