Since 2015 I've considered the Instagram profile as an art medium in and of itself. It's been a container for all of my skills and projects. The vertical nature of three scrolling columns has inspired a variety of ways to organize posts. Especially from early 2016 to mid-2018, I was obsessed with painting a visually flowing and cohesive story through the color, shape, and number of posts laid next to each other. This was the intentional Supercut, a spiritual curation and timeline of all that I experienced and learned.
I've since abandoned such intense restraints and allowed myself a more chaotic, carefree use of the platform. I wanted to spend more time in the present instead of archiving my life. I still use organizational styles like triptychs and diptychs when I feel an urge, though their novelty is no longer the main focus.
In a literal sense, all of our Instagram profiles are supercuts regardless of whether we're conscious of it or intend it: curated and biased sharing. Thus, mine continues, but it is no longer grounded in perfectionism.