If there was a mudslide in the uncanny valley, the devastation might look something like Alan Resnick’s CGI self-portraits. The artist has developed his own mythology in which his creepy alter ego is obsessed with creating a digital “backup” copy of himself to attain virtual immortality. Resnick shows us everything that can possibly go wrong with that endeavor. This epic quest includes everything from the GIF-packed tumblr Face Feed to a totally bizarre tech-startup-parody infomercial produced for Adult Swim. It’s not all always just about preserving Resnick’s face for posterity, however. He also created a GIF archive of the art collective Wham City’s members, collaborators, neighbors, and friends [including me!] for Dan Deacon’s app-interactive music video Konono Ripoff N°1. And last year, we saw his unsettling animated portraits harvested from found images of gazing globes in “Base Period” at Springsteen. We’re all going to live forever.