Dallas, TX, United States
The modern interconnected world forces the private lives of individuals into the public sphere. This exchange has residual unintended effects on both the individual and the public discourse.
Whether seen as a verb or a noun, exchange implies a trading or replacing of one thing for another. Some people are willing to freely trade their personal identity for public discourse, while others are coerced into the transaction via the ease of modern communications. In this series, I study the inter-networked feeling of compliance or non-compliance in relation to what is gained or lost, whether it be material, emotional, real, or perceived. There is a focus on how one insulates themselves from this exchange and the feelings it fosters.
Showing 1–6 of 43 results