As a continuation of the concerns examined on FOB!A, I explored the lives of several of my loved ones through their Facebook page, evoking as a main force no longer fear, but their intention to present themselves through their social profile. I took several profile photos of each one and took their facial features as basic shapes to rebuild with them a version of their portrait, insisting on the idea of man-computer parallelism and also of the symmetric rigidity that the vector generation program offers, getting in this way "perfect" versions of the selected people.
How we use social networks to generate
ideal versions of ourselves.
What we decided to show or hide
in our digital version.
How these web pages begin to form another home, intervening in the constant formation of our
ERNESTO SALAZAR RODRÍGUEZ
NEW MEDIA ARTIST - GRAPHIC DESIGNER