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Smart phones suck: photographer captures the soul-sucking horror of the iPhone

by | 10th, November 2015

“SUR-FACE” is a series by French photographer Antoine Geiger. She says:

“It [places] the screen as an object of ‘mass subculture,’ alienating the relation to our own body, and more generally to the physical world.”

And:

“The project came spontaniously. All of a sudden I would be on the metro or in the museum and feel on my own while it’s crowded. I could literaly see people’s faces melting on their screens, like their identity was being lost in the non-space of technology, like the spacial dimension of the present has been outstretched.”

The air down there can get pretty thick:

 

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Spotter: The Creators ProjectSee more of Antoine Geiger’s work on his website.

 

 



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