Fotograf Magazine

Heather Dewey-Hagborg

Reality Stranger than Fiction

We live in a beautiful brand new world. Technologies are ubiquitous, helping us live seemingly better lives. They have ridden us of all physical effort, making travel, communication, entertainment and work easier. And when the comfort and well-being are too much, psychiatric drugs help us with depression caused by well-being, and our life behind the glass is fine again. On social networks, we voluntarily give out our secrets in data-harvesting quizzes. Under the constant supervision in both the physical and virtual public space, we reveal all that is left from our privacy.

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