Another Hydrais a personal overview of the consequences of contemporary society on the
definition of our identity. We tend to become fragmented individuals,
displaying our multiplied identity on an ever-growing number of surfaces around
us, like screens, for instance.
Never too opaque nor transparent, this work constantly confronts characters who resist the idea of image-altering surfaces. The recurring fragmentation of our lives and of our identity is visible through technology, architecture and our everyday life interactions.