Homonymy (namesakes) is an essential strategy for blurring identities within a global landscape of both physical and digital tracking and surveillance, a vital tool for freedom of thought and action. The vocation of AHA (Association des homonymes anonymes) is to develop and stimulate all types of homonym culture by all necessary means. AHA provides an administrative, psychological and strategic support group for all homonyms, whether authentic or not including wannabes. During the convention, AHA presented its first case study: the Camille Martin Project.
Members of AHA l’Association des Homonymes Anonymes) present the Camille Martin case study, which aimed at creating a meta profile of the Facebook profiles of all Camille Martins.
Obfuscation, cryptography or improper names - a member of AHA presents creative strategies for protecting one’s (digital) identity
Caught in the net (of homonymes) – AHA offers “administrative, psychological and strategical support”.
Complete visibility, cautious retention, obfuscation up to disappearance – we constantly have to decide between different strategies while navigating on the net.
Models of digital face recognition – made visible on real faces.
Mug transformer – another strategy of obfuscating identities.