Instagram as a Place of perfection,the ideals and filter. Everything is moved into the right light, but not everything in the life shines, runs smoothly, makes fun. So why don’t once present the back light, bring the reality into the net, show reality how it realy is: Dirty. Scarf. Naughty. Broken. Despondent.
The Instagram profile @365_imperfections presented the unfiltered reality for a whole year with all corners and edges, dealt with imperfections, fuck-ups and insights of the everyday life of Saralisa Volm. A rebellion against the perfect external effect on the Social Web and against our own unattainable demands on ourselves. An outlet for fears and doubts and a place to turn one‘s own failure into entertainment.
In 2020 @365_imperfections was extended by people who gave weekly alternating insights into their normal, faulty life for 6 days each. Among them are some who understood to keep the perfect appearance up to now. In the end, this should result in a selection of positions of various public figures that will be published in a book and different artistic positions that will form the basis for an exhibition.
Developed and curated b Saralisa Volm.
Julija Goyd, Daniel Zillmann, Carolin Würfel, Nina E. Schönefeld, Vera Kochubey, Sirka Elspaß, Daniel Bröckerhoff, Maayan Weisstub, Frédéric Schwilden, Raquel Paiewonsky, Britta Thie, Jakob Lass, Yulia Belousova, Kennet Lekko, Gal Ben Moshe, Samira el Ouassil, Jen Ray, Sophia Hoffmann, Laura Tonke, Tarik Tesfu, Jeannine Michaelsen, Annique Delphine, Malakoff Kowalski, Sophie Mayanne, Aino Laberenz, Egle Otto, Frank Spilker, Cornelia Renz, Theresa Lachner, Katja Lewina, Stefan Draschan, Media Esfarjani, Nathan Hussain, Christine Volm, Kirsten Becken, Kristina Suvorova, Raul Krauthausen, Salomé Balthus, Welket Bungué, Mareice Kaiser, Frank Spilker, Saralisa Volm