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By Thomas Marcusson (Australia)
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Reflections is an interactive portraits series allowing the visitor to interact with the photos. By activating the webcam, the visitors can see themselves in the reflection in the eyes of the portraits, replacing the reflection normally reserved for the photographer. Moreover, visitors can interact with the portraits by covering the webcam, virtually placing their finger on the forehead of the portraits. This triggers the subjects to "fall" backwards and eventually disolve into dust. This plays with the interaction between the portrait and the viewer, the photographer and the photographed, as well as the implicity of seeing photographs as imprints of memories which differs from the actual evanescent nature of real memories. There is also a physical installation of reflections, having multiple portraits displayed on screens around a gallery, allowing visitors to interact with them.

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