wrote a 'love pome'
I consider this project a post-digital love poem focusing on how an individual maintains autonomy in the complex relational structure of contemporary society. When an image is no longer a representation but has its own autonomy, individual independence vanishes in the infinite interpretation of language and signs. To justify the connection between individual and image, visible and invisible, physical and virtual, research tends to deconstruct the modern image-based spectacle and the relationship between replication and subjectivity in the post-digital era.
The idea of a collective individual that is constructed by digital communication methods reflects my relationship with the world and others. Therefore, I express the questions through a personal impression of self-awareness and intimate contact with the interaction between technology and literature, to construct a virtual environment containing shared memories that are parasitic in the physical space.