In the “culture” of image, identity constantly demands to be presented and changed. Language has now taken a different form, it tends to leave behind the sound, and moves more and more towards the image. In this plethora of “virtual” emotions and situations, the “presenter” self displayed continuously changes his mood, as happy, miserable, desperate, alone, with others, empty. However, does the perception of the real behind the virtual remains hidden? Perhaps, if we assume that we know what is the “real” and what is the “virtual”.
Katerina Psimmenou 2016