Ania Catherine and Dejha Ti are an award-winning experiential artist duo who founded their collaborative practice, Operator, in 2016. Referred to as “the two critical contemporary voices on digital art’s international stages” (Clot Magazine) and “LGBT power couple” (Flaunt), their collective expertise collides in large-scale conceptual works recognizable for their signature nuanced integration of technology. Rooted in the understanding that immersion is not only a physical state but also an emotional one, their approach employs nuance in scale, producing a feeling instead of a spectacle. Ti’s background as an immersive artist and a human–computer interaction (HCI) technologist and Catherine’s as a choreographer and performance artist make for a uniquely medium non-allegiant output, that brings together environments, technology, and the body. In fall 2021, the duo began a translation of themes from their Lumen Prize-winning work I’d rather be in a dark silence than into the Privacy Collection, exploring the tension between privacy and transparency in blockchain technology.