Faceless dwells upon the idea of identity & anonymity. What is left of us if we are robbed of our face, our expression, our identity? What happen when we are faceless?
A ghost world emerges where everything flows with apparent normality: people walks around, relates to there surroundings and come and go about their daily lives somewhat like anyone of us would do. Everything goes on and on: our routines are the same ones, we work, we eat, we sleep…
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