I was a kid of the 80s, and like many of my generation, I loved arcade games. What made it even more special was that my father worked as an operator in the Arcade industry. Sometimes the malfunctioning machines were just dismissed, but other times these were brought to the workshop to be analyzed and repaired.
One of my most vivid childhood memories is spending entire days surrounded by old motherboards of arcades and pinball machines, components, and spare parts, exploring how they were working while my father tried to fix them up.
This project is my nostalgic, abstract tribute to those chaotic tangles of plastics, buttons, switches, and electric cables that ignited my fascination for technology, which was appearing chaotic yet colorful, alive, and full of wonder in my eyes at that time.