THE DEATH OF PRIVACYEXPERIMENT
For this project, I visualized my online presence, based on the past 30 days. While I was tracing back my online activity I started to discover how much information about me is available. By taking a critical approach to the subject of having an online presence and it’s surveillance by governments and corporations, I realized that my privacy is no longer real. My outcome is not digital or screen-based, and this made me experiment with forms in the physical space. After I collected the most intimate data about myself, I printed it on a T-shirt and wore it in public, intending to raise awareness about the death of our privacy.