We look at things twice, once in reality and then with our third eye, the mobile phone.
We take photos to remember, literally cut and paste the external world into our devices to be stored as bits of data.
While an image can be reproduced to infinity, its lifespan is ephemeral. We collect moments wherever go only to be consumed and quickly forgotten.
Images spill into our cameras and out into a vapid Instagram wall while the viewer drowns in abundance, no match for the chaos.