Self 17/52 When do we start to love who we are? When do we start to understand REAL isn’t found online? When do we stop comparing and start enjoying what our bodies do for us? Photographs are representations. It is not real life. Digital media is filled with faux presentation;
Tag: social media
I planned on starving this week. Over the weekend, being in the most vegan-junk-food available city: portland, I ate more than usual. Now when I say this I don’t mean I over-ate, I mean that simply I ate more than my body is used to, and what would be probably
The art of the ‘selfie’ – or at least the facade of it. Social media, all around us, is composed of false advertising. This isn’t just companies, but people as well. Have you ever gone on Instagram, and have seen profiles that are always so perfect, beautiful, clean, and flawless?
So, a friend (and grad peer of mine) and I collaborated and made it into a gallery! I will post our statement and show below! Isolation, loneliness, and insecurity is ever-increasing in a world of technology and the constant use of social media interfaces, rather than human contact. An individual’s