The Hypertext Series contains seven objects which describe a system that has stopped working and is now out of use. The objects are similar, however, they are not identical; taken from an old computer and casted in glass several times – the "motherboard"- obscures its original use and re-places it in a new contest, a new light. It may look like a futuristic microcosmos, ruins of a building or even a dystopian model of a city, a factory or an unrecognizable zone that might look familiar from sci-fi books and films.
The term "hypertext" originally means a type of electronic text that allows one to read about things in a non-serial way and according to associations and connections between items of information; the hypertext in the computers' field was intended to help us deal with the flood of information; the variety of hypertexts in glass implies the multiple paths and directions that can be walked. The viewers can cast their personal context, so they are able to choose their favorite road.