Paolo Raeli

Thursday, 29 September 2016

“We enact our lives as though they are a public image-stream—a desperate response to a system that has cast us adrift. By surveying our efforts to achieve selfhood, corporations sell our preferences to advertisers, who sell them back to us in the form of commodities, through which the process of self-fashioning is enacted again. And again. And again. And again.” Ben Burbridge • International Center of Photography

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