Collaboration with Julia Fernandez
How does digital curation of oneself warp self-perception? How much control do we have over the appearances we make online? Spherror distorts and projects our faces in a way we cannot control, challenges our self-perception, and asks who we are when we are reduced to nothing but our eyes, nose, and mouth.
The experience is shaped around one person's facial features, extracted through a program we wrote in p5.js. The features are then projected onto the sperrors, "Picassoing" the subject's face.