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In Clones, the public appears to see over 30 unique identities. However, it is a deception as in fact these are all AI  manipulated images of myself. The artist’s clones. Or are they? As a creative, Rafaella Mehmet uses her works to research the impacts of social media and our current technological revolution from an ethical standpoint. She is using  this project to question hyper-reality and our growing inability to decipher between real and (deep)fake. Particularly  whether it is relevant for us to distinguish this boundary in a world that is so irreversibly merged with the digital. The  exponential developments in tech have holistically redefined the existence of what identities mean to us, creating  alternate polished realities. A collection of digital clones. So, what does it mean to be real today?

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Digital Summer Show 2022

Organised in collaboration with international art schools and universities, Digital Summer Show celebrates the diversity and energy of talented artists from all over the world while promoting new perspectives on digital creativity.

Digital Summer Show 2022


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