Common knowledge is a study of the lifespan of facts
The average lifespan of a fact is considered to be seven years.
The work has been built on images collected from old, outdated encyclopedias, depicting people in spaces/situations of learning and working that do not exist anymore, being taught facts and using methods that are not necessarily still considered correct.
These are combined with random informational imagery picked from the web, the ambiguous source of all information.
The result is a cerebral landscape of new and dying facts and situations , information and imagery, with faceless inhabitants of encyclopedic pages, all-knowing and forever outdated.