Self-less (Dana Dal Bo 2014-ongoing) emphasizes the not symmetrical relationship between self and other that is catalyzed by the mirror and asks how that relationship is further complicated by technology. The installation uses hundreds of screen-captured selfies- naked people taking their own picture in bathroom mirrors with smartphones; a practice that is prolifically performed across borders, genders, orientations, races, ages, religions, sizes, classes, etc. All are included. Each subject is grey-scaled and rendered unrecognizable through digital manipulations of painting, erasing, and cloning. The manipulated images are printed, photo-copied and pasted from ceiling-to-floor-to-ceiling on the other side. A circular vanity mirror hangs in the centre of one wall facing a black mirror hanging in the centre of the opposite wall. The original unique selfies become ubiquitous- representing everyone and no one. The viewer is immersed in a sea of similar surfaces.