through the screen, photo installation in light boxes, 2010
Body language goes forgotten in most of the new media's ways of communication, we got the emoticons to replace what's suppose to be a smile or an ironic face...
« Even as some are able to better function because they feel in control, online communication also offers an opportunity to ignore other people's feelings. You can avoid eye contact. You can elect not to hear how ''hurt or angry they sound in their voice.'' […]
Online, people miss your body language, tone of voice.
You are not really you. » Sherry Turkle, 2011