The FACE (Facial Arbitrary Content Executor) series represents how, in a digital age where people often interact without showing themselves, we perceive our peers online.

Each becomes a faceless acquaintance represented by a collage of images of the places they’ve been, the food they’ve eaten, the objects they own...

The resulting artworks, printed ironically like classic photographic portraits, makes us consider what it means to be human when we lose our physicality.

With our increasing exposure to robots and AI, could we lose the capacity to identify real human interactions?