by Noa Brosh
A few months ago, when I was living in Hamburg, my identity was stolen.
For the following 24 hours, I was distraught. I felt that the most basic thing I have, my identity, was being stripped away from me.
While I was deeply disturbed by the thought of someone else claiming to be me and doing things under my name, I was also curious as to how it could happen.
I decided to start researching.
The project Identity Crisis is the result of that research. It is divided into 3 parts, each is a question that has accompanied me throughout the ordeal.
1. Is it possible to produce something that sounds exactly like me?
2. Is it possible to produce something that looks, and sounds like me?
3. How much information about me is accessible at any given time?
-This project is done using artificial intelligence, the character I created sounds like me and looks like me, but none of this is real.