There is a common fear of technology that holds an increasingly larger place in our lives, while at the same time we are dependent on our electronic devices.
I have made several reconstructions of self-portraits as a starting point. The reconstructions show how we are becoming a technological creature, and to what extent we can we replicated.
This work is an ode to the perfection as well as to the imperfections of technology, and to the everlasting attempt of mankind replicating all the natural.
The video captured the installation that was shown at the exhibition. The sculpture is actually a 3D-printed self-portrait which consist of 30 photos. The model is exactly what the computer generates when putting the photos together. On the model, I projected a video of myself, which gives the inanimate a sudden uncanny feeling. While the other works give the impression that technology strives for perfection, this work does the complete opposite. By doing this, I want to question the perfection as well as the imperfections of technology, and how man slowly transforms into a digital being.'