This series, titled 'Immaterial Reality', is a reflection on today's society, focusing on the lack of actual communication in an over connected world. The development of new technologies has decreased the need of social interaction. The human science researchers, Bauman and Giddens, define this phenomenon very well by using the metaphor of the liquefaction, the melting of the solids, to describe a world where material is becoming meaningless. There is a real intensification in our contemporary societies of changes and movements during one's life that inevitably bring perturbations from which new questionings and more self-redefinitions will eventually emerge.
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