The Psychogeography of the The Right Thumb
The Psychogeography of the The Right Thumb series is about examining and interpreting one single image; it is the scan of my own right thumb print. It's showing you a privileged view of being in the scanned image that represents me in many digital systems around the world. The photographs show newly generated geological, or topographical landscapes which describe my internal space. It is a psychogeography of a personal data set. The photographs raise more questions than present a resolved opinion or a fact. It makes you think about the identity, the code, the authority, the surveillance, the consent and the digital image. This series of work is an attempt to give a glimpse of what we do not perceive.
Julien Bonnin • Mia Dudek • Darek Fortas • Tom Hatton • Steff Jamieson • Ayesha Saeed • Tim Sullivan •