The Internal Network

[2016] - MA Project

The book unfolds into 4 parts horizontally, in each of which is developed the story of one character, seen through the lens of their virtual activity on Facebook. By examining each character individually, the reader progressively breaks through their most public and flat appearance on Facebook into their most private moments in reality, up until they finally appear in one unifying scene, that of theAugust 2015 protests in Lebanon.  Finally connected in a shared space in reality, their personal motivations and thoughts are translated into action but also melt in the midst of a multitude
of other individuals’.