My multimedia practice criticises the dominant discourse that leaks through the constant interaction with Social Media and the Internet. I challenge the complex relationship between the face, the body, and personal technology; how it has shaped the self and its performative identities. I point out the online implications, as a set of anxiety-inducing tools. Influenced by post-Internet art, I exteriorize the oscillation between material and digital elements as a crossover between formats.
I use my body as research, narrating a parody of facial and corporeal characterisations, and how these collective and exaggerated postures shape the broader sense of politics, economics, visibility, and attractiveness as a commodity, creating a consumption of performativity without boundaries.