Five Faces of Me This family of women represents aspects of a fictionalized history, a false documentary with multiple foreign languages rooted in the tradition of the photographic process. The viewer is left to identify with the face most believable, and create a narrative around their personal choice. "In an era where the image of the self is more ubiquious than ever before, what does it mean to display the self? Where is the break between the self that is self contained within the body and the self that flows along digital lines? Contemporary technology offers up numerous ways of constructing the self. Does this cause our notion of ourselves to multiply or do these modes simply offer up avenues for expressing the unlimted ways of thinking about the self?? We are at a mmoment in history where the self is defined by one's ability to navigate technology. The ubiquity of teh computer in our society whould encourage us to think about the self in relation to its presence. We have reached the Harraway moment. To think of the self is to think about the device. We are all cyborgs. How do we picture ourselves?"  James Nadeau, Curator of MEDIATE ME

Five Faces of Me

This family of women represents aspects of a fictionalized history, a false documentary with multiple foreign languages rooted in the tradition of the photographic process. The viewer is left to identify with the face most believable, and create a narrative around their personal choice.

"In an era where the image of the self is more ubiquious than ever before, what does it mean to display the self? Where is the break between the self that is self contained within the body and the self that flows along digital lines? Contemporary technology offers up numerous ways of constructing the self. Does this cause our notion of ourselves to multiply or do these modes simply offer up avenues for expressing the unlimted ways of thinking about the self?? We are at a mmoment in history where the self is defined by one's ability to navigate technology. The ubiquity of teh computer in our society whould encourage us to think about the self in relation to its presence. We have reached the Harraway moment. To think of the self is to think about the device. We are all cyborgs. How do we picture ourselves?" 
James Nadeau, Curator of MEDIATE ME

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