Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse
Nadia Brossler Klasse Hesse

»Alias« or »Someone Else« by Nadja Brossler ©2013

I had taken biometric photographs of six persons, three men and three women and created new combinations of these six portraits. This transformation of only 6 persons resulted in more than 100 different fictitious "Aliases" or personalities, who, only on a second glance, appeared somehow unrealistic and bizarre. They would correspond with the biometric requirements, but would of course be purely fictitious and non existent.  

 

In order to make sure that they all have a common feature I always used the same pair of eyes for every new personality. This clearly illustrates the complex interaction of one personality with the other personalities, like the theory of Roberto Assagioli, the founder of psychosynthesis, suggests that every human being has different sub-personalities.