A voice that self-identifies as female guides us on a complex journey through the moral values that comprise the ever-growing community of so-called “incels”. Along the way, which begins with the pursuit of an invisible subject (albeit materialized in the faces of several men), this voice not only provides evidence about a contemporary social problem, but rattles our senses with the instruments behind its symptoms. We dive into the deep, opaque sea of a commodified terror system. (C.A.)
Gala Hernández López
Gala Hernández López is an artist-researcher based between Paris and Berlin. Her work articulates interdisciplinary research with the production of essay films on the subjectivations specifically produced by digital capitalism. She is interested in approaching from a feminist, poetic and critical prism the discourses and representations that circulate in eminently male online communities.