“Is this disconnect from our bodies the way we should be living? This flesh now feels like it is just another thing I have to take care of, like a plant. I just live in my mind now, but I feel like I’m somehow incomplete, artificial, a kind of doppelgänger of myself. It’s like I’m watching myself through a wall of glass, but it isn’t me I’m looking at, that isn’t my face… and I’m not sure it’s actually me doing the looking.” Watching Myself Through a Wall of Glass- An account of my life in 2051. by Hero– Gia Milinovich, BAFA Dissertation 2021

Colour… frame by frame reshoot through a pinhole. Several layers, screened. Audio from original video (TikTok).

Black and white… Tscherkassky homage.