The life narrated on social media, between reality and illusion, is often a projection of what we are or what we would like to be.
Between birthday parties, selfies, and faded photos, the images blend between past and present in a fluctuating vortex of emotions that aim to leave a testimony of our experience in an illustrated book, capable of giving us immortality.
Everyone becomes the character of himself, molded to his liking and not always in the image and likeness.
Thus we find forced smiles, sad eyes, spontaneous or constructed expressions, of faces set in a collage that filters feelings to be fed to an audience of friends and strangers.
Characters, weaknesses, preferences and passions are glimpsed.
And love, in all its forms, is expressed as a trophy to be exhibited.
In an animated manifesto of sequences, the drafting of an autobiography is thus outlined, in which the everyday becomes an appendage of a life that is not always adherent to one's own image.
(all photos in this series are taken from social feeds of friends with their permission - none were shot by me)