Offline Portraits addresses the paradigm of a data-driven society and examines identity in a more and more datified world. Through an algorithmic but at the same time poetic ‘landscape’, the pieces question the digital conditions in which we increasingly live. They address issues of digital and late capitalist experience that have changed the perception of identity and the formation of the self.

As Carmen Hermosillo (A.K.A. humdog) claims ‘’cyberspace is a black hole; it absorbs energy and personality and then re-presents it as a spectacle…Offline Portraits attempts to investigate and reflect on personal performance in a technologically networked society, while they refer to the political and social implications that come with a world, which is controlled by data.