BFA thesis project at Parsons: a serial publication that consists of three books.
Special thanks to Dinah Fried.
Each book contains self-written articles surrounding internet culture— particularly subjects that involve digital social dynamics and their influence on perceptions of reality. The project seeks to not only inform, but also to spark conversations with readers about how society functions in the current world of mass media.
How do we exist online versus in real life? With constant internet access, the way we consume, network and ultimately exist, lives heavily on the internet. We go through our daily routines without fully realizing how connected we are to the digital world and its communities; how attached we’ve become to a space that can simultaneously unite and divide people.