In 2016, our identities are being flattened; represented by one-size-fits-all selfies or unemotional data graphs.
In Data Portraits I imagine how our future technology will have the ability to help us illustrate how beautiful, complex and unique our identities are.
Identical twins represent this idea in an extraordinary way. While they might look the same, their internal world and personalities are unique. Using a series of intimate questions, I build and understanding of them that goes beyond age, sex and location. This information is expressed to create the abstract world around them.
Data Portraits was commissioned by Mini Cooper as part of BMW GroupÂs 100th anniversary.
Read more about the project on Vice & Its Nice That.