Caracas PFC calls out to all members of the 2.0 community to participate in this event by sending us their digital portraits, thus creating what we’ve come to call their global web identity. Creating an identity by means of internet is a process of building from foundations that involve global considerations. Users have complete freedom in the process of creating a web identity, the identity in this context being made up of codes and numbers among a variety of other elements that uniquely reflect what we all are. In this sense every 2.0 identity is an abstraction, an image built on characters and bits of information that represent individuals in an intangible world.
This time, PFC Caracas sets out to manifest this idea through an interactive piece, a video installation by which the spectator create multiple identities of (him/her)self, diluting the sense of individuality and focusing in on an intangible multi-user identity
To participate all you have to do is:
1. Send photographs of portraits to a minimum resolution of 300 DPI and 1000 PX in its longest side. 2. They can be B / W or color. 3. Preferably front. 4. Max. 3 pictures per participant.
Photographs must be identified, the mail will be placed:
1. City and country of origin. 2. Author's name.
Pictures with the data must be sent to the e PFCCARACAS@GMAIL.COM until Sunday August 14.