The RGB portrait is the result of a research that lasted several years, which has its roots in the world of gaming and has extended up to our contemporary society.
Who we are?
How do others see us?
Our digital life has led us to transform and perceive our identity as the representation of ourselves.
People, observing us from a screen, formulate a judgment based on an image of us that is not exactly faithful.
I chose to go closer to the screen.
I decided to photograph people as close as possible.
I found that our true identity is hidden behind a set of pixels.
And as different as that image may seem to each of us, in reality we are all the same and sequenced.
We are part of a metaverse that already lives in our reality.