Jenni Hiltunen (b. 1981) relates to contemporary society as a performative culture and questions the constant sharing of a visual and virtual version of ourselves in social media. A selfie can be interpreted as a narcissistic expression, but also as a wish to belong to bigger context. It’s about identity and affirmation, topics that have been a foundation in the history of portraits in the western society, as well as the status of being portrayed. Hiltunen’s artworks embodies the media hype that unfolds in the digital society of today, where everyone wants to be seen, but at the same time, is both a consumer and a producer. The subject is an object, just as well as an observer.