"An anamorphic play of parallel lines evocative of everyday elements, configured through the montage of frames, a kind of hashtag #, recognisable on social networks. A single point of view for the public to recognise them, and many other points of view where their intersections flood the reality of the physical space.
Paralel@s is a critical reflection on the time dedicated to social networks. A reflection on the importance of everyday acts in the finitude of our existence.
A reflection on the illusion of reality of digital information. A look into the abyss of a closed window to the world."