I explore large systems of influence in our culture such as retail stores, social media websites and web-based search engines. We experience these in very private environments such as our homes as well as more public spaces such as work or within the community we live. We have instant and perpetual access to this world through the devices we carry in our pockets. The ominpresence of these platforms create a psychological presence in our lives; they become our cube of space that consume us rather than vice versa. The boundaries that define where these commercial environments begin and end are blurred.

In a similar way as these systems, I create new structures, alternative constructs that take the form of the space they inhabit. Through appropriation, research and manipulation, I re-contextualize these mass-consumed interfaces to analyze and consider their use and presence in my own life, but also to critically consider how they are changing the world we live in.