Who owns the movements that our digital avatars make? Can dance movements be considered property?

The video installation ‘Floss Forever’ explores the choreography of our avatars. In the video game Fortnite, mini sequences are combined into tiny pieces of choreography, which are then used as emotes. Now that our movements are disconnected from our flesh, they belong to anyone – and the movements of others belong to us.

 Carl Herner is an interdisciplinary graphic designer from Stockholm (SE). He received a BA of Arts & Design in 2019 from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam. Nominated for the 2019 KITT YOUNGBLOOD AWARD at GOGBOT festival Enschede. Currently based in Stockholm (SE).

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