© Rebecca Bowring, 2018

THE MECHANICAL BRIDE
REBECCA BOWRING

Every day, our mobile phones and online life absorb an ever-increasing share of our time and attention. So much so that it sometimes seems easier to look at a screen than to meet a stranger’s gaze. Does our digital ubiquity isolate us from each other? Rebecca Bowring puts us in front of a mirror. 

«I tried to highlight two aspects that make people’s relationships more difficult: the loss of eye contact as well as the presence of modern technology and social media.» 

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