Days, Weeks, Months

Augmented reality experience, tablet, wooden box

The piece is a play between social media aesthetics and our own body. The fascination with our own image is like a jelly substance, that distorts our senses. Often enough the relationship between screen and viewer is like the relationship between a parasite and its host. In gloomy moments when we are thrown back at ourselves, like during the pandemic in 2020, we tend to stick to our screens. Or do the screens rather stick to us? Sight halfway blurred, thoughts numb and endlessly reflecting themselves.