Almost Iris

  • Melborn, Australia
In a process of exploring online identity Almost Iris began photographing plastic flowers placed on graves at cemeteries. These still objects were seen as a fitting representation of the digital tracks we leave behind of our second selves on the Internet. The artist drew connections between the object and our online identity as a fake reproduction that lives on for eternity. This lead the artist to collage the captured objects on a digital canvas to float around on the Internet amongst our online identities.