Today we find ourselves navigating both digital and physical worlds and trying to make sense of ourselves in-between the two. Artistically, I am interested in how this challenges us when individually constructing meaning in our lives, and how online spaces, through their overwhelming amount of information and mixture of sincerity and cynicism, cause us to question what is meaningful and meaningless in our worldview. This series of prints was designed to play with the absurdity of this experience, and to represent it through collaged imagery and odd, quasi-religious compositions. I focused heavily on themes of biology and the body, spirituality, and the use of meme-like, random internet imagery. After designing, I moved off the computer and into physical production. Prints were manufactured through a combination of screen-printing and airbrushing techniques on printmaking paper.