Anjali Nair is a graphic designer from New Delhi, India. She believes visual communication can be a conversation starter and a tool to challenge the standards of normalcy.
The Department of Digital Remains is a fictional federal agency that keeps a tab on all your virtual actions which will determine your place in the digital afterlife.
In an age of immortal digital presences, her thesis is a speculative look at what happens to our online selves after we die. This project uses design fiction to examine digital lives through the lens of digital death while trying to answer the question: If we have found ways to treat physical remains of the departed with dignity, why not digital remains?