Barcelona 18th of July 2008
The bluepill GROUP brings Mike Mikes photography project The Face of Tomorrow” to the Contemporary Art Museum Saint Gery in Second Life.
The Contemporary Art Museum Saint Gery in Second Life is a faithful reproduction of the renown Neo-Renaissance Market Hall Saint Gery, built in 1881 and located in real life in the “heart “of the European Capital in Brussels, Belgium.
The Saint Gery Contemporary Art Museum is a permanent installation with changing exhibitions, fully dedicated to contemporary Art and to an immersive Art experiences in synthetic worlds.
What is the face of London, New York, Paris? What does a Londoner, a New Yorker, a Parisian look like?
The Face of Tomorrow is a concept for a series of photographs that addresses the effects of globalization on identity.
The large metropolises of the world are magnets for migrants from all parts of the planet resulting in new mixtures of peoples.
What might a typical inhabitant of this new metropolis look like in one or two hundred years if they were to become more integrated?
The Face of Tomorrow attempts to find this face by taking photographs of the current inhabitants and compositing their faces to create a typical face.
What we get is a new person – a mix of all the people in that city.
A face that doesn’t exist right now, but a face, it seems, of someone quite real the Face of Tomorrow
Immerse yourself and stroll through the Contemporary Art Museum Saint Gery and discover the Faces of Tomorrow.