Ania Catherine and Dejha Ti are an award-winning experiential Berlin-based artist duo known as Operator. Their collaborative practice, dating back to 2016, combines their expertise in immersive art, human-computer interaction, choreography and performance. Their large-scale conceptual works are characterized by a poetic approach to technology, emphasizing the emotional and psychological aspects of immersion. Operator's exploration of privacy, surveillance capitalism and extractive technologies began with their installation On View in 2019. They have since translated their themes into the Privacy Collection, a series of crypto-based projects. Their collection Human Unreadable explores generative choreography and takes inspiration from pioneers such as Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), Analívia Cordeiro and Merce Cunningham. The collection was released on Art Blocks Curated, incorporating a multitude of technical and sophisticated code-based systems to generate unique choreographic outputs. The duo has received numerous awards and recognition, including The Lumen Prize, ADC Awards, S+T+ARTS Prize and MediaFutures. Their work has been exhibited at prestigious events and institutions such as Christie's Art+Tech Summit, Ars Electronica, Art Basel and MIT Open Documentary Lab. With a focus on the intersection of humanity and technology, Catherine and Ti's work transcends flashy digital effects to delve into the complex dynamics of our digital landscape.