In today's hyper-connected world, the internet instantly transfers our information, messages, and news to the other side of the globe. The idea of "now" and "here" has become condensed yet also stretched. We find ourselves bonding with people half-way around the world but disconnected from our immediate surroundings. In "24/7 Live", two live cameras are installed in the exhibition space pointing towards the visitors. The live camera footage is then collaged using livestreaming software with other publicly accessible live videos and data taken from around the world. Exhibition visitors look at videos of themselves in relation to surveillance footage from Tokyo, the ISS, data streams from Twitter and the stock market, and more. An intentional 10 second delay is applied to the installed cameras, causing the visitors to look at a version of themselves from the past. How do we, in our present moment and place, relate to people and places in other parts of the world, and ultimately to our own positions?