In the post-truth era, conspiracy theories thrive and fabricated facts blend reality. Since the end of the Cold War, western hegemony was proclaimed therefore relegating Russia from leading power.
The Buzzer examines the changing identity of the Russian diaspora scattered along the Baltic States, it questions the sense of belonging. But also investigates the framework used to manipulate and consistently reconquer influence along former territories.
The Buzzer is about suspicion that echoes the past, it offers fragments of confrontation, that urge to restraint a space, both physical and virtual. In an attempt to crystallise western power somehow putting end to a threat, but also enduring the image of military might into the collective minds.