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Lavinia Keller
Digital Direction MA

Royal College of Art

Graduates: 2022

Specialisms: Creative Direction / Storytelling / Visual Communication

My location: London, United Kingdom

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Lavinia Keller

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First Name: Lavinia

Last Name: Keller

University / College: Royal College of Art

Course / Program: Digital Direction MA

Graduates: 2022

Specialisms: Creative Direction / Storytelling / Visual Communication

My Location: London, United Kingdom

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NFMe

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NFMe highlights the need for data security in Web 3.0 through an interactive video-installation and provides a sustainable, decentralised system for giving digital identities self-sovereignty. Supporting individuality in the digital economy, NFT’s of our digital identities are being created, so called NFMe’s. Non-fungible, digitally protected, visualisations of one’s digital identity that serve as a proof of ownership. NFMe discloses and explores the symbiotic relationship of one’s analogue and digital identity through an installation highlighting the record of cookies in form of a digital sculpture. Starting as DNA strands, the organic existence transforms into a systematic censoring of hundreds of data getting overlayed by an artificial intelligence leaving the information unreadable for the audience to highlight the lack of ownership. NFMe carries you further from the installation to an application, a sustainable system in which you can see your digital identity visualised through a unique language which translates the data that is being exploited by cookies into a three-dimensional sculpture that can’t be accessed by the machine as it is protected through the blockchain. It creates a real-time interaction, a transcendence of analogue and digital identity. Through that not only the relationship of us and our digital selves gets strengthened, but also protected, revolutionizing self-sovereignty in Web 3.0.