Michael DeForge is back with another intellectually unsettling, visually stunning exploration of near-future technodystopia. In a world where everything is constantly automatically updating, even one’s body, is true connection still possible?
DeForge’s narrator, the sole human in the government’s department of complaints, is perhaps best placed to find out.
Familiar Face is told in Deforge's signature style using bright and colourful images and deadpan storytelling. There is so much creativity with how he conveys and propels narrative.
The bodies of citizens and the infrastructure surrounding them is constantly updating. People can?t recognize themselves in old pictures, and they wake up in...More Info