Artists Explore Selfie Culture of Narcissism

Artists Explore Selfie Culture of Narcissism

Interactive anti-selfie mirror distorts reflection the longer a person looks into it

Marnie Kunz
  • 8 october 2014

In today’s selfie-obsessed culture, narcissism is no stranger. But what would an anti-selfie look like? What would happen if the reflection looking back at you in the mirror was distorted? French artists Chloé Curé and Bertrand Lanthiez have created just that in an interactive project, “We Are Narcisses.”

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