The Argentinean filmmaker Florencia Aliberti has been working since 2012 with videos downloaded from the popular media container Youtube, combining dozens of captures of anonymous faces – mainly Anglo-Saxon teenagers – who make personal videos with their webcams to promote homemade advice or seek approving comments in the internet.
This work in progress by the artist takes a form of a polyhedral project titled (Auto)exposiciones [(Self)exhibitions], with which the alarming repetition in the behaviour of certain internet users – many of them with little personality – becomes evident.
The series (Self)exhibitions consists of seven pieces: Am I? (2012), Daily Routine (2012), Watch Me Shrink (2014), Coming out (2015), Packers (2015), Bind (2015) and Cosplay (2015). All are available in HAMACA archive.