Scanned Self is a serie of digital self-portraits made from 3d scanning.
Using photogrammetry, I reconstructed a digital 3d model of myself, and then rendered it under different lighting conditions. This serie is about one relation with it's own digital avatar, and ask about computer's sense of interpretation.
The 3d scans is incomplete, lack details and add unexpected chunks of matter. In this context, we must acknowledge that computers may have a sense of interpretation, that we human could easily interpret as "errors".
But what is the difference between the wavering of an artist's brush on a canvas, and the wavering of a polygon generation algorithm ? Both produce unique and unexpected results, both take the reality as input and produce a picture as output, both are meant to speak to human eyes.