Men look at women. Women watch themselves being looked at. This determines not only most relations between men and women but also the relation of women to themselves. The surveyor of woman, in herself is male: the surveyed female. Thus she turns herself into an object- and most particularly an object of vision: a sight.
The invasion of internet in all aspects of human life, existence and communication, is a fact. But beyond that, it promotes new codes and builds new character-structures in a constantly varied world of technological evolution. Sex, due to financial profits that can provide, forms a privileged sector who expands rapidly and overruns internet. So the collection, through live sex communication rooms, wants to point out a series of questions about women’s emancipation, communication, sex, solitude, the new technological faceless world, alienation. At the same time wonders about meanings, such as private and public. Since in many cases on line cameras are connected to the private space, forwarding images all over the planet day and night. This effort often chooses to present the rooms themselves, so that they can be observed and because of the absence of performance, allow their esthetics to play a leading part. Also the collection gives great importance to the traces left behind, and avoids a pornographical recording. Not because of some prudish attitude, but because wants to emphasize to matters that are implied.
This photographic series tries to capture in the non-topian and vast internet, the moments that, in my opinion, deserve to be reconstructed in a new semantic context. It is divided into three independent studies which are, however, part of a wider issue of the modern digital world and its rendering by the photographic medium. With the common denominator of the internet and live image transmission, it is detected whether a photographic image can be created through the computer screen, not as to the means but, in relation to the essence of photographic practice; that is, the immobilization of the finite moment and its transformation.
All of the photographs were taken using a photographic camera in front of a computer screen transmitting live.