Produced through physicality, the visual metaphor recalls notions of continuous supply of content that results to enduring habits. The work is commenting on our association with technology, exploring the intersection of the organic and the artificial. Considering the concept of privacy, I tried to give materiality and transform the private relation with a device into a public one. When we look at our screens the normal blinking rate is reduced by 2/3. The action of focusing at the mobile phone is recorded in space, with the optical connection between the eye and the screen being interrupted the moment of blinking. This act is translated to solidified form that intervenes, mediating between the face and the hand holding the device. The philosophy of duality is expressed through a mass of clay. Clay, one of the oldest synthetic materials known, is used as a reference to our long-term relationship with technology. By bringing the 2 subjects to a direct confrontation, the human face against the face of the phone are blending into a hybrid.