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Parsons School of Design MFA Photography program theses2015 Theses ➔ Another Portrait of Today's SNS

Thesis


Related people/organizations

James Ramer (thesis advisor)
Parsons School of Design. Photography Department. (sponsoring body)
Dongmin Lee (photographer)

Date

November 8 2015

Description

Artist's statement: The rapid development of technology has brought tremendous change to the daily lives of humanity. People are absorbed more and more in the technology. With this development, our lives are becoming more fast paced, changing our daily experience. Computers and communication network are changing our physical and psychological environment. Most of the human life nowadays is tied to digital media through devices such as cellphones, laptops, and computers. We can enter the virtual world at any time. Also, in this space with no physical time and space, people show various features of human lives. My work visualizes this era's situation. It not only aims to look for the effects that cyber culture but also the inner lives of people. Further, it aims to talk about the psychological phenomena and the change in our behaviors in cyber space.

Identifier

PC020403_2015_leed566_01

Citation

Dongmin Lee. Another Portrait of Today's SNS. November 8 2015. Parsons School of Design MFA Photography program theses; 2015 Theses. New School Archives and Special Collections Digital Archive. Web. 22 Sep 2019.

Use Restrictions

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