Hominid Detachment

Visual intersects the anthropological.

Synthetic livelihood provokes detachment from anthropoidal instinct in exchange for commodity, in perpetuation of the less innate. The obfuscation of the human image, the alteration of the visual humanity of the series is indicative of the loss of touch with one’s identity that can be provoked by experiences of isolation and dependence upon the synthetic, the non-human, the electronic — all remarkable in their innovation, but when exclusivity is provided to them in exchange for the connection universally desired, there is an incalculable loss of self in the loss of others.
Hominid Detachment I, 2021 — on deprivation of touch.
Hominid Detachment II, 2021 — on deprivation of touch.
Hominid Detachment III, 2021 — on deprivation of identity.
Hominid Detachment IV, 2021 — on deprivation of identity.

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