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In the current global climate of contemporary art discourse, the term "post-digital" variously draws attention to the rapidly changing relationship between digital technologies, human beings, and art forms, an attitude that essentially concerns itself more with "being human" than with "being digital." While the proliferation of digital imagery-particularly depicting the human face-has become commonplace and ubiquitous to the point of becoming somewhat unremarkable, portrait painting and publicdoi:10.18848/2154-8560/cgp/v08i04/91-96 fatcat:tzf5ygaz5za4biytifepbswtoe