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Eric Pickersgill’s “REMOVED” highlights why we need to get back to connecting IRL.


Removed“, a photographic ongoing series that explores the way personal devices play a role in society, relationships, and the body by Artist Eric Pickersgill looks to dive deeper into our obsessions of social connectivity.

Pickersgill documents individuals as he travels through USA, Asia and continuing into India removes mobile phones from our fingertips, reminding us of the double-edged sword when dealing with how connected we are, leaving us with a note, to get back to Real Life. 

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