Stanborough provides an opportunity for the performed selves we present on platforms like Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat to be physically replicated: their invasive presence made tangible. At the centre of the dimly lit exhibition space is an installation of two-way mirrors, interspersed with mirrors and windows. As the viewer walks among the panes, they alternately see themselves, others, or nothing at all. Constantly watching and being watched, visitors physically play out their impulse for digital narcissism – the black, glassy surface of our phones and our cyber-spectators are magnified, confronting us in real life. Around the gallery space, the black walls are painted with manic, scrawled diagrams, analysing online surveillance practices and user-generated content through a psychoanalytic lens.