From Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp, videos, images, links are daily pushed to us. Try and say a quick hello and see how many responses you get in return. “Facial Recognition” challenges the status quo and calls for the conversation through the traditional face to face. Facial Recognition is part of the C:re:ATE Collection, a Released Expressions Production.
To see your face, to feel your voice,
To sense the laughter, the cry,
Unaffected by the noise.
To hold your hand,
And craft a conversational plan,
Filled with the person in-front I stand.
In every word I see
Another place to be
When our attention so full and free.
I crave for a relationship
Not videos, links or images
But a facial recognition so primitive.