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distorted pixels

The idea of identity within virtual reality is a development that most people are starting to embrace, along with the vast possibilities of having an Internet presence. These new identities form with our adaptation to technological instruments that help construct a cyber-domain where people can socialize. I am interested in the notion that some people have developed an unsettling sense of identity within the digital age even though this virtual reality is artificially derived.


This series explores the relationship between digital identity and the space that it encompasses. The prints aim to recreate a three-dimensional structure out of an artificial source. Cyber identity and artificial space are two themes that helped to inspire new interactions between the audience and the subject matter. Creating paper-folds within some prints allows the viewer to observe the work from various perspectives to observe the transformation. At the same time, other images are encrypted with scannable QR codes. Thus, enabling the images to undergo both a physical and digital distortion to transcend virtual reality into actuality.