The ecological crisis is about identity as much as it is about agency. How can we look at ourselves differently to start re-shaping who we are? The future provides an interesting perspective from which we can look back on the present with distorted hindsight. Fragments of Identity explores the relational space between time, self and identity, and digital technology. In the age of the Anthropocene, the traces we leave for our future selves to understand are nameless and volatile. Digital technologies have created vast new worlds that transcend space and time. While we happily virtualize and eternalize culture, we collaterally produce an invisible physical infrastructure of hefty underwater cables and omnipresent datacenters. This project critically explores the intersection between representation, identity, and materiality.