Glitchboxx is an anti-selfie photobooth device allowing you to interact with other people’s avatars. Press the button, take a short sequence, glitch your face, become part of the bigger picture and make the internet see that!
The experience explores what qualities of movement convey a sense of presence, a sentience that is alive and sympathetic to your existence. The piece aims to create a meditative space into which the only thing retained is movement.
Installation posing the question of whether computers can be racist by highlighting the potential for discrimination of face recognition technology.