This series examines underpinning desires in identity creation by confronting the ways we perform social identity through multiplicities of images online. These collaborative self-portraits provide
a space to consider our desires in self-representation by asking creatives to imagine and create a desired portrait of themselves. In this exerscise, we approach the portrait with a historical singularity. Calling on the myth of Narcissus, we use the camera as a mirror to explore the collective ritual of gazing to inform our individual identity.