Identity Anxiety'Identity Anxiety' is a foundation for a way to think about the fear that my 'self' may be a construct made from my perception and by rapidly changing social and technological codes. Using that pre-existing capacity within self-portraiture for a critical examination of the self. Is it possible to have a coherent identity in a digital age? Rather than recoiling from the estranged, 'inauthentic' self of the age of surveillance and virtuality the work mimics and contorts the self actualising photographic technologies. Images result from the inhabitation of the digital image by an active, self-analysing consciousness in search of the remnants of a recognisable sense of being.
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