In times of Corona and social isolation our digital worlds and personas gain more importance than ever before. We have always been taught, not to blur the worlds of reality and virtuality. But what if the virtual world becomes increasingly real and our main reference through social isolation?
The work “Homo Faber” encircles the debate about virtuality and replacement of reality and poses the question of reality and naturalness. It is based on social constructivism and understands reality as the result of an individual and temporary construction.
In times where virtual takes the place of the real world, does simulation become the main thing behind which the simulated disappears? And what would result from it, collective loss of reality? Social autism?
| project with Simon Carle, Fashion Design