Not Me, You
Our image, our identity, our concept of self is often a way in which we attempt to control our surroundings or those around us. We attempt to project our own image or reality onto others, making it impossible to truly see them. We obfuscate other people’s identity with our own. Never has this been truer in human connectivity than it is now, in a world of avatars and curated images supposedly reflective of our real lives. “Not Me, You” is a performative video action that clearly illustrates this imposed use of superimposition, virtual ego and an abstracted sense of self.