2020 is a year where technical technological progress touches daily routine more than ever. Because of a global pandemic, advice on the physical distance to others is given… Schools, universities, playgrounds, museums, working spaces, bars, etc. are closing, private gatherings are for- bidden. Suddenly nearly everything is taking place in the private space. Just
a digital window to the world, to people- le and education is lasting:
A feeling of self de- fragmentation is co- ming over me.
The special separation between different spheres is re- pealed, and then the separation is what I am becoming, my- self. My Torso is a replica of all the ot- hers I see again and again on the screen.
I miss being in different places and people.
In the project „de- fragmented romance“ I play with the possibilities of digitalizing my torso, de- fragmenting my mask, printing it, and making a lonely, but private situation out of it. The fragments are lying together in my private space like isolated rose petals, waiting for the right situation to come.