Forced Disclosure is a t-shirt printed for my DNSEP, visual communication option.
It refers to the dark pattern (web trick inscribed in the economy of attention) of the same name which is defined by the fact that as a consequence of a free or cheap action, the site asks the user to reveal detailed personal information or even unnecessary given the action to be performed.


The t-shirt is offered under one condition: the person agrees to fill out the form on the textile. The person will therefore carry his or her personal information in public.
Sharing personal information in the real world then seems more difficult than in the virtual space.


Printing: silkscreen on t-shirt, 20 prints.

Model: Alizée Berthet

Photo credit: Rodrigue Costello