These GIFs Consider How Technology Can Capture Personalities

These GIFs Consider How Technology Can Capture Personalities

Margot Bowman's project explores the interactions between humans and technology

Eva Recinos
  • 9 june 2016

The selfie is in its heyday: it’s become the subject of books, essays, articles and casual conversation. We are no strangers to seeing our faces on social media and in our camera phones. But none of those images can capture our interior personalities—and many of them are part of a carefully curated online personality that we share with others. Margot Bowman wanted to explore what would happen if technology actually helped portray personalities instead of hiding them.

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