Virtual Person is an online interface created by Martine Neddam, which allows users to create their own virtual person. It is a content management system (CMS) where the user logs in, defines his/her personality and creates content within the parameters designed by the software.

The design of this interface is oriented on the development of narrative content. It uses the superimposition of texts on large size images, and cross/fade effects that allow a feeling of fluidity in the circulation of meanings between the texts and the images. The virtual person manifests its presence in the storytelling by the use of a small image and profile on the left hand corner, but the main interest of the interface is encourage the artist composition of texts over images and all its creative combinations. The use of text in this designed interface resemble a silent voice, attributed to an invisible imaginary person.

From 2 to 14 December 2008 Virtual Person was presented at the Zendai Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai as part of the project Intrude: Art & Life 366. With the collaboration of Annet Dekker

Photos from the workshop at the University of Shanghai: