Liquid Crystal

Liquid Crystal examines a perspective on the usage of screens in today’s society.

Time, material and content are all part of how and why we are fixated in the image-world communicated through screens. The amount of time we spend with our screens, the materials they are made from and the content we view through them.

The current strive in connecting human and technology is at this moment in time still a space filled with the technology of screens and the medium of photography is a main interface and language of the screen.With the ongoing development of technology the border between the physical real world and the unphysical reality of the image-world seems to get thinner. This book investigates this feeling of uncertainty in a distorted post-truth reality.