Age of You is a multimedia exhibition that took place at Toronto's Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA). The exhibit, co-curated by Shumon Basar, Douglas Coupland, and Hans Ulrich Obrist, featured the works of seventy-two contemporary artists, designers, filmmakers, and musicians. The show aimed to address the ongoing metamorphosis of human individuality in the age of advancing technology. It analyzed how technology affects contemporary human experience, behavior, and identity, while proposing that we have become “extreme” versions of ourselves. Basar, Coupland, and Obrist suggested that our current “extreme” selves are hybridized with the data that we consume and create. The exhibit proposed that our society is facing an existential dilemma—the loss of human individuality in an era where we have become the content creators, curators, and vendors of our own identity. Social media is the space where we construct and play out that identity. Age of You interpreted this social flux...

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