The work treats modern digital resources as the Earth’s natural networks of dirt and waters – a large pool of information connecting spaces, places and people. Subterranean Matter captures and recreates hard-to-access underground spaces using 3D technology: the fifteenth century cisterns beneath Valletta’s Law Courts, Valletta’s World War II war rooms, a Cold War bunker in the centre of Leeuwarden and twenty-first century aqueducts in Friesland. Visitors can crawl into the digitised tunnels, map the stones and soil and even smell the humidity. Part of the work is a short documentary named The Diggers, a showcase of stories from Maltese subterranean places that premieres with the exhibition.