I want to want to see you, print, 2018

With dating apps like Tinder it is possible to swipe through a large amount of portrait images in only a matter of seconds. ‘I want to want to see you’ wants to react to this momentary way of viewing someone, by using these portrait images as an asset to establish a delay in the way we perceive each other. For this series 100 matches were selected from the dating app of one person. These portrait images were then printed on top of each other with an opacity of 1%. Each piece shows a part of the slow process in which this new portrait is constructed.