1. Feeding Chaos
Asynchronicity allows one to flee from the consequences of their actions online to the 'real world'; this psychological border makes it easier to ignore responsibility.
2. Blooming Love
In intimate online relationships, there is still an abstracted reality of connection; each person is forming their own interpretation of the other.
3. Public Enemy
Exploring how unified ideas and beliefs can give individuals strength as groups online, overpowering real-life power dynamics.
4. Me and Me
Anonymity online causes people to create a 'detached' version of themselves, that is in reality inseparable to who they are offline.
5. Sticker Face
The ease of individuals to adopt and swap between the many different norms and identities online spaces create.
With how anonymity online makes one detach themselves from their own actions, this illustration also explores the role of individuals taking part in ‘mob justice’.
7. Consuming Love
Focusing on the isolation factor of how creating ideas of others online that benefit your preferences separates you from the reality of who they are.
In how the online world gives a sense of physical invisibility, this illustration aims to express the feeling of ‘averting your eyes’ from your actions online.
'Invisibility' online allows one to sink away physically, have much impact on many others without being easily traceable as one person responsibility.
“The Other Reality depicts the psychological responses we develop from Internet use, through the use of fantasized imagery and metaphor, in order to understand how the online world morphs our sense of...” [More]