Acefala Galería, 2018. Viewers stand in front of pedestal with a 1:1 LCD monitor apparently turned off. A system detects their presence and show their images in middle plane. Suddenly, their faces start deconstructing into abstract forms of representation, thus losing their identities. Visitors, depersonalized, begin to pass their hands over their faces in an attempt to recover their identities while trying to break the functioning of the system. But they’ll only find more algorithmic substitutions and an automated system that turns the display off if there is no activity from the face tracker after 2 seconds. The display will only turn on again after a new human face is detected.