The word Intelity is a contraction of two therms: intelligence and identity. The information contained by the electronic chips such as subscriber identity modules, is sufficient to provide a socio-economic portrait of each modern individual. These cold pieces of technology have the power (once reunited) to totally represent its possessor becoming a source of centralized data for efficiency success and personality and classification. Identity, coordinates, earnings, expenses, health, transportations, communications and even habits and opinions... every gesture is similar to a dialogue and leaves a binary trace. A huge amount of our exchanges are made trough such technologies proving that human and machine symbiosis is already established an it slowly became part of our everyday life in the name of progress. In a paradoxical way the user remains incapable of comprehending his own possession, witch is similar to a host and parasite relationship. Throughout conceptual typology the viewer is able to comprehend the variety of electronic chips models and designs that evoke electronic versions of ordinary individuals. All the photographs are processed in order to simulate traditional portrait photography revoking the artificial aspect of the subject. The photographs are voluntarily number-named evoking a digitalized process. The only trance of humanity is to be noticed within the usage marks of everyday life re-integrating the human aspect.

C-Type Matte Prints, variable format, edition of 7, work in progress

Shortlisted for the Portrait Talent Grant #58 by Honorable Mention in the Deeper perspective category from the International Photography Awards (Lucie Foundation) Featured in Tone Lit Anniversary Issue #1 Featured in Possession Immédiate Volume II Group Show 24B gallery,Paris March 2015 Mindscape Collection / EBL Cultural innovation Group show at Le Magasin De Jouets, Voies OFF Festival, Arles, France 04/06 - 04/09 MAP Photography Festival, 1st trough 30th of September 2015, Espace EDF Bazacle Toulouse , France Images Fades - group show - 4th to 14th of February 2016 - Manufacture 111 Paris - Curated by Bright Lights Big Cities Fine Art Nominee 1st edition of the Photogrvphy Grant