A new work in development by anton mirto (March 2014)
With today’s limitless scope for self-representation - ‘masks’ worn in real life and in social media - which version of yourself would you re-present?
Can looking for who you are, be who you are?
And what of leaving yourself in the controlled technology of the Internet: should you be forever findable and identifiable and seen?
In a world where we are consuming ourselves in the form of images, where our sense of identity is replicated and sold back to us, how do we remember who we are, what we have left behind and our earliest dreams?