My practice is focused on the liminal states of truth in the screen experience, and how this mediates our perceptions of reality. The work is based on taking these interactions, deconstructing them to their most basic elements, and rearranging them in a way that is as illogical as the way they exist in everyday life. I use search histories, YouTube videos, Instagram imagery, and screen shots to inform the making of physical objects and imagery, inserting myself into the position behind the algorithmic gaze. The materiality of the work loops around itself, where image turns into objects back into image to be printed to be photographed with my iPhone to be Instagrammed. The work functions in between art principles and the average internet user, utilizing amateur image documentation, DIY construction methods, and bootleg material to weave narratives of perceptual deception in the everyday digital experience.