i Touch questions the evolution of the dissemination of pornography and its consequences on the representation of sexuality.
It is now more than ever tied with technology and discourses of consumerism and hedonism. In the XXIst century, porn can now easily be consumed in a private environment within a public space. Propagated by new technical popular forms of communication such as internet and mobile phones, the increased visibility of porn shapes social interactions and the creation of communities.
i Touch raises questions of accessibility and the way this is shaping our sexual behaviour, it also engages in issues surrounding gender representation, the real, culture and commerce.