This artwork is a creative experiment in the development, distribution, and reception of photographic images of faces. The viewing of static photographs on a gallery wall brings with it an array of historical, contextual, and sociological influences. The gallery, among other things, is a store to browse and purchase artwork. In contrast, the Internet or more specifically, the World Wide Web is a dynamic ever-unfolding "event" with far less history and a far greater possible range of contexts. It is the epitome of post-modern phenomena.
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