"It's something you have to do on the phone by definition. It's defining what it is." Stone called Sext Adventure a way to explore the technology at the root of our daily interactions with the people we bring into our beds. Smartphones keep us linked through tweets, texts, Instagrams and Snapchats, but physically cut off from the people we're communicating with.
Sext Adventure was a part of No Coins, a videogame collection curated by Christine Kim for Convergence: An International Summit on Art Technology at The Banff Centre.Do you want me to tell you that you are a dirty SLUT or a sexy SCHOOLGIRL? Where you are is affecting how you're texting back." Like sex itself, Sext Adventure is as enjoyable as you make it." [Editor's note: Video is very NSFW.] Technology can be as unpredictable as sex. You can cut corners, type in one-word responses and giggle as your phone fills with raunchy texts, or you can sink into it and embrace both its absurdity and cold truths. The promise of complication-free, guiltless sex isn't totally truthful."I want people to think about how the other person on the end of the line has agency," Stone said.