Royal College of Art, London
Me-Loop is a video installation about the bespoke queer world one will inhabit when all perception will be mediated and reality will be constructed out of individual likes.
The work presumes a future where augmented reality will be ubiquitous, allowing each of us to filter, shape and manipulate our (visual) perception.
The result will be a customised personalised world where we all see and live individually designed realities. Perception will be augmented, with our individual ‘likes’ amplified and our ‘dislikes’ dampened or eliminated. Things we don’t care for will simply be superimposed with things we do. Technologies and services will no longer be a lens between reality and ‘me’, but will enclose ‘me’ in a bubble, an echo chamber, a self-referenced loop of hyper-reality – a Me-Loop.