Tag: digital identity

[EI] Micro-Project #9: Video Selfie

I am anonymous because I like the idea of being mysterious. I am fluid because I am adaptable to my situations. As an extremely camera-shy person, I am uncomfortable appearing on camera. Hence, I am totally fine with the idea of personification. That aside, I also feel that staying anonymous exudes an air of mystery which I really like, hence… Read more →

[EI] Face to Facebook

‘Face to Facebook’ is a mixed media installation that critiques on the lack of privacy on Facebook. It focuses on how easily our digital identity can be stolen, as well as how big corporations exploit these stolen identities to make profit. For this project, one million Facebook profiles were stolen and filtered through a face-recognition software. These profiles were then… Read more →

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