In recent years, the use of new technologies has completely changed our social habits. Text messages, photo sharing, social networks: the possibilities to share information about ourselves are endless. Photographs taken on cell phones and shared almost instantaneously play an important role in these new habits. Repositioned Personal, curated by Karen Irvine, explores the relationship between photography and this way to speak about yourself.
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