Face Time

Alicia Everett currently works and resides in Chicago as a graduate student pursuing an MFA at The School of Art Institute of Chicago. Her interdisciplinary practice explores how forces of a graphic and sexualized visual techno-culture exert power over the way we share and interpret information in our electronic interactions. These systems of personal communication allow for ‘real-time’ interactions that seemingly transverse spatial, cultural, societal, and personal boundaries. Having participated and studied these systems since their beginnings, she has an ethnographical obsession with the practices and affects of this type of communication.