Purposed as a reading experience in two times, the editorial work
and its content is source of reflexion. It is a technical and conceptuel highlighting of contemporary issue about public and private life, but also real and virtual and its possible transgressions. Face to that, the reader becomes an actor staying either in unawareness like a simple voyeur of the iconographic content,
or he surpasses this kinky feeling of an intensified accessibility to any forms
of private life and he interest in causes and effects through the highlighting
of the text, captive of the "french fold".
In addition to these global powerhouses like Google, Facebook or Apple, I wanted to highlight the technical dimension of these upheavals. In this paradoxal world where the virtual takes precedence over the real life, the World Wide Web
and especially the social networks reframe our lifes, our images, with the only one limits: the size imposed by our screens.
The fragments of pictures, borrowed differents fluxes of the Network, remind us the research work Untilted September Magazine by Paul Elliman crystallizing the body and its details, in this case the sight.
When we progress in the edition work we realize the importance and the ubiquity of the digital in our daily life. Through the images, we seem to recognize someone, or somewhere of our Instagram's feed. But also through the Catull font, used from 1999 to 2015 for the Google's brand design.