Networks of Us is an interactive projection, created by Doris Kosminsky and Claudio Esperança. It was first shown at the exhibition Numerical Existence (Oi Futuro Cultural Center, Rio de Janeiro, 2018). The work presents a flow of the first names of those born in Brazil from the 1930s, obtained from an IBGE database. The higher the frequency of a name, the larger its size. In the interface, the visitor searches for his or her name and sees, in a graph, the incidence over time. A photo of the visitor is included in the set and becomes part of the projection. What is it like to see yourself in the middle of a "river of names"?