An ongoing work, Myself When I am Not Real is a series of self-portraits, broken into quadrants, with the top Google reverse image search results replacing each quadrant. The reverse-image mosaics form a set of abstract renderings that, when put together, oscillate to obscure and change (while still revealing) the form within. Inspired in part by our disconnected lives playing out in Covid-19 quarantine amidst the box squares of Zoom, FaceTime, Google Hangouts, etc., Myself When I am Not Real is meant to explore the disquieting isolation inherent in ongoing socialization within virtual space. This June 2020 series was broken into 40 by 40 pixel squares - clocking in at 1,224 automated SERP (search engine results page) scrapes and 12,240 images in 10 portraits. Though the portrait form retains, the edges and contours of the subject are only just able to be surmised.