Pirated, Privacy

Pirated, Privacy is a project that interrogates the question if privacy and ownership are violated through the lens of screenshots,

The first book  is dervived from Google Maps Selfies that underwent a process of printing and scanning to emulate how images are transformed through online image circulation. To invade someone’s sense of privacy, the images from this book derive from “selfies” taken on Google Maps. It plays with this idea of voyeurism and how images can be transformed the more an image is seen.

Inspired by murder boards and maps, the second book is a process book that describes the methods of making by using printing and scanning to mimic uploading and downloading.